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FORGE: Disability and Transgender Survivors Webinar: Empowering providers who work with multiply-marginalized populations

Organization(s): State University of New York, New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault, New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and New York State Department of Health

Jan 24, 2019
12:00pm – 1:00pm (1 hour)
Time Zone: Eastern

Transgender and gender non-conforming individuals experience extremely high rates of violence, as well as live with higher-than-average rates of physical and mental health conditions. This webinar will explore the barriers and experiences of transgender survivors with disabilities, through information and statistics about who they are and the types of violence they experience. Participants will also learn about constructive and practical strategies for working with this multiply-marginalized population. The information in this webinar will be a step up from introductory courses about trans issues. If you would like to review introductory materials about trans individuals and transgender survivors please visit FORGE's website at http://forge-forward.org.

Target Audience: Open to SUNY, CUNY, and private college professionals from across the country as well as community partner organizations.

Location: Online
Price: Free
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