The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Events

February 6 is Stop Violence Against Women Day!


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***If you have not already registered for the 2014 Stop Violence Against Women Day, please click HERE to register.***

 

Check out photos from the 2013 Stop Violence Against Women Day

 

Tools to prepare you for Stop Violence Against Women Day

GCADV, in collaboration with the Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault, the Georgia Commission on Family Violence, Men Stopping Violence, Caminar Latino, and Raksha, has created the following videos in order to better prepare you and your team for Stop Violence Against Women Day!  Please take time to watch each video and review the documents prior to the event.

Video credits (in order of appearance):

  • Shelley Senterfitt, Legislative Counsel, GCADV
  • Shenna Morris, GCADV
  • Greg Loughlin, Georgia Commission on Family Violence
  • Jessica Nunan, Caminar Latino
  • Langston Walker, Men Stopping Violence
  • Allison Smith-Burk, GCADV

 

Video 1:  How a Bill Becomes a Law

Document to accompany Video 1:   How a Bill is Passed in the Georgia Legislature

 

Video 2:  How to Influence Your Legislators

 

Video 3:  The Nuts and Bolts of Visiting the Capitol

Document to accompany Video 3:   Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about legislative advocacy

Weblink to accompany Video 3:   Find your state legislators

 

Video 4a:  2014 Legislation / Intro to role plays of meetings with legislators

 

 

Video 4b:  Role play #1 – Neutral legislator, but very busy

 

 

Video 4c:  Role play #2 – Supportive legislator

 

 

Video 4d:  Role play #3 – Unsupportive legislator

 


Video 4e:  Role play wrap-up and Conclusion

 

 

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