Gender-Based Violence


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Join UA faculty, staff, and students, Tucson community leaders and activists, and health and legal advocates in addressing complex issues surrounding the epidemic of gender-based violence and marginalized populations. 

First Annual Conference on Gender-Based Violence  
Workshops, keynotes, performances, and panel discussions will focus on how to build survivor-driven, intersectional activism and programs aimed at providing the best possible care to survivors while radically uprooting the social and cultural attitudes that recreate cycles of violence.
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Keynote by Brooke Axtell

Writer, speaker, performing artist, and activist, Founder and Director of She is Rising, a healing community for women and girls overcoming rape, abuse, and sex trafficking.

Dr. Kiera Ladner 

Other Highlights Include:

Research experts including featured guest Dr. Kiera Ladner, Indigenous scholar on gender-based violence and genocide

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University of Arizona 

Guest Speakers From:

YWCA Southern Ariona, Black Lives Matter, Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF), Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), and more!

Thank you to our sponsors. 


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Friday, November 3, 2017 - 12:00am to Saturday, November 4, 2017 - 12:00pm
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences