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Co-sponsored by WOMAN, Inc. and Cross Bay Collaborative CLICK HERE TO RSVP A workshop for service providers and concerned community members. You will learn about services, resources, and referrals to better serve and support survivors of human trafficking. Presenters include: Dr. Hediana Utarte, Community Project Coordinator, Asian Women's Shelter Jadjma Naronha, Program Manager, the SAGE Project Jill Zawisza, Executive Director, WOMAN, Inc. Paniz Bagheri, Youth Case Manager, the SAGE ProjectFind out more »
Co-sponsored by Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights CLICK HERE TO RSVP MCLE Available A training for legal service providers and pro bono attorneys. You will learn about the T-Visa, U-Visa and Asylum and how these immigration remedies can be used to obtain legal status and trigger important benefits to help support and stabilize trafficking survivors. Presenters include: Cindy Liou, Esq., Staff Attorney and Director of Anti-Trafficking Project, Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach Audrey Daniel, Esq., Immigrant Justice Fellow, Lawyers' Committee…Find out more »
Co-sponsored by California Domestic Workers Coalition CLICK HERE TO RSVPFind out more »
Come learn about employment protections that are available to survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, what potential claims a client might have, how to refer clients for assistance, and when and how to file a claim with state and federal enforcement agencies.Find out more »
A workshop designed for legal, health care, and social service providers, educators, and those who work to stop human trafficking.
Facilitated by Alice Chiu from Asian Women's Shelter. Alice Chiu is a long time anti-violence activist in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has been involved with Asian Women's Shelter since 1999. Her roles include language advocate and case manager/advocate for both domestic violence and human trafficking survivors. She has also been active in raising awareness on disability and the importance of access to resources and support for survivors with disabilities.
Co-Sponsored by San Francisco Department on the Status of Women and the San Francisco Department of Public Health's Newcomers CONNECT Project.Find out more »