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Hate Crimes on Campus: How to Educate, React & Respond to Safeguard Justice - May 23, 2017 Webinar & CD
ISBN/ISSN: PUB#AC1077 Hate.Crimes.on.Campus.5.23.17
University administrators must be swift and comprehensive in addressing hate crimes on their campuses or the effect can be devastating to their community. Southern Poverty Law Center reported approximately 1, 094 hate and bias-related incidents in the months following the election. Morale, institutional values, inclusive training, opportunities for authentic dialogue and legal concerns are all issues that institutions must consider when an incident occurs.
Join your colleagues from across the country for an interactive webinar and learn about key compliance obligations that require institutions to identify and respond to hate crimes and bias incidents. This webinar will provide a multifaceted approach to addressing hate crimes, give you tools to engage the community in the healing process, as well as introduce programs and strategies to prevent future incidents to create an opportunity to move beyond civility towards a truly inclusive institution!
Claire K. Hall, J.D. is an attorney and Principal at UECAT, LLC where her work focuses on providing compliance, training and investigation services for colleges and universities across the country. (Click here for full bio)
Naomi Sigg currently serves as the Director of Multicultural Affairs at Case Western Reserve University. (Click here for full bio)
At the conclusion of the 90-minute webinar, participants will be able to:
Create strategies that use best practices through specific programming to prevent hate crimes from occurring. Initiate an innovative approach to prevention and education on your campus.
Identify hate crimes when they occur and the negative impact they have on your community. Promote an inclusive campus environment through innovative student programs and professional development opportunities.
Recognize the correlation between hate crimes and bias. Use dialogue and other tools to prevent exclusionary behaviors, policies and structures in your community.
Examine current policies and campus judicial procedures as they relate to adjudicating hate crimes. Improve your campus climate for all community members to ensure they feel safe, supported and valued.
Implement restorative practices to assist the campus community in the healing process. Provide the training and necessary tools your professional staff, faculty and student colleagues need so they can work together to assess your campus climate and put action steps in place to address hate crimes and bias.
What You Get:
Convenient Access to the 90-minute Live Event:
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 | 2-3:30 PM ET
Webinars are handled like a large interactive conference call, but in a more controlled, radio-program-like environment. Simply copy/paste the link* into your browser, log in, turn up the volume on your computer and follow along! Gather your staff around your conference table’s computer — then sit back, listen and watch the presentations and join the lively Q&A session.
*The link and login information will be available in a PDF download immediately following check out.
Event Recording & Materials on CD:
You'll receive two multimedia discs* containing the full audio presentation, PowerPoint and handouts provided by the presenter(s) and recording of the question and answer session facilitated during the live event. Add the webinar recording to your professional library for use in future campus training and development initiatives.
*CDs will arrive 7-10 business days after the live event date.
Certificate of Completion for Each Participant:
After attending this webinar, each participant will receive a printed certificate of completion.
Invite your entire staff to participate for this one low price! (one location)
Order includes the event recording and all materials on CD.
Can't make the live event date? Click here to order the CD only.
Campus License Option:
Click here to purchase this webinar with one-year unlimited distribution and use on your institution's internal network/server.