Intimate partner violence and sexual violence against women are major public health problems and violations of human rights. The 2017 Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Forum is a free community event that will provide participants with an opportunity to learn and engage with experts in the field of law enforcement, victim advocacy, mental health, education, and Georgia legislation.
Speakers and presenters: Georgia State Senator Donzella James; Dr. Nisha Shah, Emory University Psychiatrist; Ms. Wanda Swan, Director, Emory Respect Program, Office of Health Promotion; Ms. Cynthia Valdez, Community Outreach Advocate, Partners Against Domestic Violence, and Ms. Mosi Bayo, Program Manager, Sexual Violence Prevention, Department of Public Health, Emory Police Department, and Survivor Advocates Ms. Chilanda Sims, and Ms. Yassin Hall.
The Forum will address the following areas of discussion and more:
- Impacts of intimate Partner violence and sexual violence against women;
- Self Defense
- Georgia Legislation and Community Awareness
- Mental Health
- Spiritual Health
- New forms of gender-based violence including cyber bullying, cyber stalking and secondary victimization
Swag bags will be given to the first 100 attendees!
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Free parking is available on site!
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Diahann JohnBaptiste at email@example.com or at 678-404-1746.
Date and Time
Emory University Brain Health Center
12 Executive Park Drive
1st Floor Conference Room
Atlanta, GA, Georgia 30322