Targeted Education Event – NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION


Wednesday Evening Program- 7 pm

Film Screening – The Documentary- Home Fire, BearPaw Research, Native Counselling Services of Alberta 




TROUBLE REGISTERING- firewalls may be preventing you from registering, if you use a home or library computer you will be able to access the full website and register.


Early Bird; Total- $236.25 ( includes GST) until Oct. 23rd

Late Registration; Total- $257.25 ( includes GST) from Oct. 24th to Nov.14th.

PAYMENT; Credit Card or Cheque- see details in registration

RETURNING DELEGATES TO THIS EVENT: If you have registered for this event in the past please enter a new password so you can return to this registration and make changes.

MAKING CHANGES AFTER RECEIVING CONFIRMATION:  If you been registered as group, changes can be made by the person who is the Primary Delegate ( email and password) of the main person.




Fantasyland Hotel, West Edmonton Mall

Edmonton, Alberta

Thursday, Nov. 20 –  Friday, Nov. 21, 2014.

Wednesday, Nov. 19th- Evening- Early Registration and Program 

Early Bird Registration–until Oct. 23, 2014.

Visit Website for Registration and Program Details


The 2014 Diverse Voices Family Violence planning committee is pleased to present a conference that considers the impact of Family Violence across generations and cultures.

Speakers will Address Topics Under the Following Themes:

*Community Response  *Men/Women   *Children/Youth   *Technology      *Multicultural/Aboriginal      *Workplace        *LGBTQ

Keynote Speakers and Session Titles

Evan Stark- Reframing Partner Abuse as Coercive Control

Diana Nammi and Sara Brown- Learning from the Experiences of Victims and Survivors in so Called ’Honour’ Based Violence.

Diane Benoit- Impact of Violence, Abuse & Neglect on Children’s Brain & Behavior

Naomi Griffith- Renewing our Commitment: Seeing the Work with New Eyes.

Sample of Workshop Sessions for this Year’s Conference

  • Vicarious Trauma: How It Affects Us and What We Can Do About It (Workplace)
  • The Wild, Wild Web: Basics of Working with Online Victims (Technology)
  • History of Violence and Abuse (Aboriginal)
  • Taking Action Against Elder Abuse (Community Response)

Early Bird Fee, until Oct. 23, 2014          $225.00 + $11.25 GST                                                                                                                                       $236.25

Registration Fee, from Oct. 24, 2014     $245.00 + $12.25 GST                                                                                                                                      $257.25

Hotel reservations please call:

Telephone: (780) 444-3000 Toll Free: 1-800-RESERVE (737-3783)


You can download a PDF version of this page here:  Diverse Voices Second Communication

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Cathy Harvey, Event Coordinator
(780) 485-5955