Participants Needed for the Pilot Test of a New Tribal Trafficking Training Curriculum

Sex Trafficking in Indian Country: Legal Issues

Training and Pilot Test Renaissance Hotel | January 29, 2018

 

Participants Needed for the Pilot Test of a new Tribal Trafficking Training Curriculum

The Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI), in collaboration with the Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition (MIWSAC) and the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), is conducting a training and Pilot Test of a new Tribal-specific, victim-centered, training curriculum entitled Sex Trafficking in Indian Country: Legal Issues. Participants will receive a free training based on the curriculum in exchange for their input on the curriculum and training delivery. TLPI will take this input and make any needed improvements to the curriculum before its final publication.

Space is limited to 20 participants, and participants are encouraged to RSVP immediately to reserve their spot.

Your Expertise

The providers are seeking participation from individuals from tribal coalitions, tribal victim services, social services, tribal leadership, and tribal government programs that may interact with Native victims/survivors of sex trafficking. Ideally, participants do not have extensive training on issues of tribal trafficking. This is an introductory curriculum.

Pilot Test Requirements

  • Participate in the full 1-day training (3 consecutive workshops)
  • Answer 3-5 substantive questions before and after each training workshop
  • Complete a short evaluation for each workshop
  • Complete an overall evaluation form at the end of the training.

Benefit to Participants

  • Free comprehensive training on legal issues related to tribal trafficking by tribal experts and Kelly Stoner (Cherokee) and Kori Cordero (White Mountain Apache)
  • Hard-copy of the current version of the Sex Trafficking in Indian Country: Legal Issues participant materials
  • Opportunity to win raffle prizes throughout the training

To RSVP or request more information please contact: kori@tlpi.org. You may also visit the Tribal Law and Policy Institute website, or call (323) 650-5467 | info@tlpi.org

*Participants are responsible for their own travel, lodging, and meal expenses*

Event Details

WHERE

Renaissance Hotel
888 E Tahquitz Canyon Way
Agua Caliente Reservation, CA 92262

 

WHEN

January 29th: 8:00am – 4:30pm