8th Annual National Pacific Island Violence Prevention Conference
“Advancing Indigenous Culture with Innovation for Transformative Impact”
Three amazing days of engagement and education for anyone who works with Pacific Islanders in and around violence prevention, education, healing, and research. CEU credits are available.
Would you like to learn more about Pacific Island cultural norms and history that support healthy living? How do you incorporate Pacific Island cultural relevance in your work?
The conference opens Thursday, October 8, 2020 with "PowHER & Unity" hosted by the EmpowHERment Support Groups and the Pacific Island Women in Business.
Friday participants will have the opportunity to gain tools around cultural humility, Pacific Island panels and a civil unrest panel with tangible tools and skills for culturally relevant methods that have proven positive impact.
Satuday features a screening of the short film "Roger" with a LGBTQI+ panel discussion.
The conference will close with comments from the LDS Church and from an amazing elder and community advocate, Leafa Taumoepeau.