CCCFV is excited for the opportunity to consider your workshop proposal for our 17th annual North Texas Facing Family Violence Conference! This year the conference will be held from October 23-25th.
Founded in 2003, our annual conference is one of the ways we perform our mission to eliminate and respond to family violence through a coordinated, comprehensive effort, which includes education, prevention, intervention, and seamless 24-hour assistance.
The purpose of the North Texas Facing Family Violence Conference is to provide an environment where organizations and individuals have an opportunity to gain valuable insight into current best practices as well as emerging trends in criminal justice response. The workshops provided during this conference are aimed at addressing the needs of professionals in a variety of different settings and disciplines.
Workshop Proposal Details:
• We are looking for proposals that are appropriate for new, intermediate, and highly experienced professionals. View additional criteria below before submitting.
• Workshop breakouts will be 90 minutes long.
• The deadline for emailing completed proposals is March 15th at 9:00 PM (Central time). Workshops submitted after this date may not be considered by the committee.
• The Primary presenter is responsible for communicating information to the co-presenters.
Submitting a proposal does not guarantee you will be chosen to present. The committee will notify you if your workshop is accepted by May/June 2019.
When submitting your proposal to the committee please try to consider one or more of the following:
• Increasing knowledge of best practices in response to intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual assault, child and elder abuse
• Approaches for investigating and prosecuting challenging cases
• Strengthening collaborative partnerships and multidisciplinary response to gender-based violence
• Innovative practices for working with trauma survivors
• Recognizing challenges and removing barriers for services when working with marginalized populations
• Implementing effective prevention programming