Published January 17, 2019
SANTA ANA PUEBLO, N.M — The Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) is excited to once again convene and share space with its sixth annual tribal leadership for a two-day summit on the status of violence against Native women and children in New Mexico. This annual briefing focuses on providing policy and legislative updates, sharing best practices directly from our communities, and provides a current state of affairs in the movement to end violence.
Tribal members want violence against Native women to end. Photo courtesy of Eileen Janis
The summit highlights the unique tribal, state and federal perspectives and challenges that New Mexico tribal communities face when addressing and responding to violence against our Native women and children.
CSVANW will debut our 2019 policy briefs and facilitate discussions during this two-day event:
- The Status of Domestic Violence in Tribal Communities
- Addressing Trafficking of Native Women and Children
- The Status of Sexual Violence in Tribal Communities
- Integrated Strategies and Support for Community Solutions
The summit will be held at the
Santa Ana Star Casino & Hotel
54 Jemez Canyon Dam Road
Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico 87004