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While childcare will not be offered on-site, we will do everything possible to support you if you need to bring your baby or child to the conference. Please contact Juliette for any questions: (919) 624-9575 or [email protected]
You are able to cancel your registration and receive a full refund up to 2 weeks before the conference (November 27).
Main themes will focus on the good and bad of social media, perpetrator sanctioning, what is required to engage men – for real, and the role of advocates in the current climate.
This conference is intended to create a thoughtful and intentional space for campuses and community agencies to showcase their programs, and work together to solve the challenging puzzle of responding to and preventing all forms of sexual and dating violence on college campuses.
He currently sits on the board of MERGE for Equality, an organization that works to engage men around violence prevention.
Pierre holds a Bachelor’s in Social Anthropology and a minor in Ethnic Studies: Human Rights from Harvard University as well as a Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School.
We are here to support any and all students impacted by interpersonal violence.
We can also help survivors, allies/supporters, and those accused of interpersonal violence get connected with other resources on and off campus.
Similarly, if you register as a multiple campus representative and you are the only representative, you will be expected to pay by the day of the conference.He is a member of the Leadership Council of the Campus Advocates and Prevention Professionals Association (CAPPA) and on the Advisory Board of the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA).He also serves as the chair of the UNH President’s Commission on the Status of LGBTQ People that looks at systemic issues that face the LGBTQ population at UNH. Berastaín serves as the Assistant Director of Innovation & Engagement for the National [email protected] Network, a project of Casa de Esperanza, the national institute on domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in the Latino community.As the national lens on these issues has brought much needed advocacy, investigation, and prevention programs to campuses, it has also created compliance-driven campuses versus those focused on being proactive and doing what’s right.This year’s conference strives to re-commit us to this work, remind us that this work is vital for the health and success of our campus communities whether there are regulations in place or not, and provide participants with tangible strategies and effective approaches to campus advocacy, prevention, and investigations.