303 W North River Dr, Spokane, WA 99201. (509) 326-8000
Modern technology has made it faster & easier for survivors and advocates to communicate, and that convenience can smooth the way for some great advocacy. Youth in particular may find it more comfortable or accessible to utilize technology-based advocacy. And, modern technology has made it faster & easier for governments & funders to demand invasive amounts of information about survivors, and for hackers & stalkers to steal wide-ranging types of information. Therefore, this training will focus especially on working with youth survivors.
This session will prepare anti-violence advocates to work with youth survivors with:
* Please note this training is offered in SeaTac on 3/20 and Spokane 3/22. You may select only 1 to attend.
1. Understand fundamental principles of privacy, confidentiality and privilege
2. Learn the federal and state law that protects survivor control over information
3. Assess pros & cons of various information technology platforms
4. Practice communicating with youth survivors about options & facilitating survivor-led choices around information sharing
Since 2011, Alicia Aiken has been the Director of Confidentiality Institute, a national organization empowering people to protect privacy for crime victims. Ms. Aiken specializes in delivering targeted, entertaining & interactive training. Additionally, as Principal Consultant with Aiken Strategic Partners, Ms. Aiken excels in strategic planning and coaching helping professionals to improve their communication, negotiation, collaboration, litigation, management, and supervision skills.
University of Michigan saw fit to grant Alicia Aiken undergraduate and law degrees in 1992 and 1995 (Go blue!), and she has practiced trial and appellate law in Illinois, Vermont, and Michigan. She has been privileged to teach and consult with the University of Michigan, DePaul College of Law, the University of Oregon, the American Bar Association, the Office on Violence Against Women, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Allstate Foundation, Break the Cycle, the National Network to End Domestic Violence, and state-based domestic and sexual violence organizations across the U.S.
WCSAP is able to offer travel stipends of up to $100 per member program or OCVA sexual assault contractor which can be used for airfare or mileage. For those traveling over 60 miles the stipends can also be used to reimburse 1 night hotel. Reimbursement forms will be provided at the training. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need additional funds beyond the $100 in order to attend.
WCSAP has reserved a room block at the Spokane, Red Lion at the Park, 303 W North River Dr, Spokane, WA 99201. Please call (509) 326-8000 by February 28th to receive a room rate of $99, identify you are with Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs (WCSAP) for the room rate.
There is free parking on site in Spokane.
Coffee and tea will be provided. Participants will be given time to get lunch is on their own.
This training will count as 6 hours ongoing sexual assault training for OCVA sexual assault grantees.
WCSAP makes every effort to ensure accessibility for participants that request them. Please register about 3 weeks before the event to allow time for scheduling interpreters.
There is no registration fee for WCSAP Program, Organizational and Individual Members or OCVA Sexual Assault Contractors.
$75.00 paid in full is required to register. Payment information will be emailed within a week of receipt of registration form. To learn about WCSAP memberships, visit our membership page www.wcsap.org/join.htm or call Valerie at 360-754-7583, x104.
Confirmations will be e-mailed to participants within a week of receipt of registration form.
Email email@example.com or call (360) 754-7583.