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Asian Pacific Islander Agents of Change: Disrupting Gender Violence | Defining Gender Democracy

August 5-7, 2018
Omni Hotel at Los Angeles Plaza

The Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence thanks you for attending our national summit for cutting-edge analysis and discussion on critical issues and trends affecting immigrant and refugee survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and harassment, trafficking, abusive international marriages, etc., in our communities.

Below you can download the Summit materials, including participants list, slides that panelists and workshop presenters have made available to us, and resources from participants.


From a Wintry Retreat in Wisconsin to a Global Summit in Thailand: Disrupting Transnational Gender Violence


Applying Research Justice Principles to Community-Based Participatory Research: Learnings from the Survivor-Centered Advocacy Project

Building Our Communities: Organizational Sustainability (Part 1 and 2)

Ho’oikaika ‘Ohana Culturally Specific Trauma Informed Care Services

Housing Assistance for API Survivors of Domestic Violence

When Love Turns Deadly: Risk Factors for Serious Harm for Queer & Trans API Survivors: Sharing New Research

Using Messaging and Media for Impact

Working with Muslim Survivors: An Intersectional Approach

Resources from participating agencies

Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project

Banteay Srei

New Mexico Asian Family Center