Cultural Responsivity: Building Capacity
November 9 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Presenter: Purvi Shah & Team ASAFSF
For Event Registration please go to: http://asafsf.org/sign-up-for-event/
Registration must be completed by October 26, 2018. Seats subject to availability.
PPRCertificate of Attendance on completion of training. Purvi Shah furthers transformation towards equity and liberation through leadership development, intersectional field building, and advocacy with purpose. In 2008, while serving as Executive Director of Sakhi for South Asian Women, she won the inaugural SONY South Asian Excellence Award for Social Service. She has mobilized cultural responsivity for survivors and communities of color through research, coalition building, and systemic change towards language access, economic justice, and community-centered solutions. In 2014, she co-facilitated Movement to Power, a creative healing workshop series for survivors, advocates, and community members. She recently completed a year-long study and report, Seeding Generations, which depicts new strategies for services for people who cause harm. Her poetry book, Terrain Tracks, won the Many Voices Prize. Her second book, Miracle Marks, is forthcoming in 2019.
Team ASAFSF represents the diversity of South Asia, trained in DV advocacy, each with over 8-10 years of experience. Their innovative methods of advocacy are based on the unique cultural dynamics that shape DV in the SA community, and they can bridge the gaps in services with mainstream DV service agencies ASAFSF is a 501 ©(3) non-profit, support services organization for South Asian victims Domestic Violence Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org ; website: http://www.asafsf.org Toll free telephone number: 1-877-SAFE-711 or 1-877-723-3711, P.O. Box 2748, Scottsdale, AZ 85252-2748
**This training is supported by Grant No. ST-VS-18-010118-00 awarded by the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith & Family for the STOP Formula Grant Program. The opinions, findings, conclusions, & recommendations expressed in this program are of the author(s) & do not necessarily reflect views of the State or US Dept. of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women Community Conference Room, Family Advocacy Center 2120 N. Central Ave, 2nd Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Ph: 1-877-723-3711 / 480-799-2211 on day of training