Secure your spot for the Office on Violence Against Women’s (OVW) Pre-application Session for the Tribal Governments Program Solicitation!

OVW is pleased to invite you to virtually attend the Grants to Indian Tribal Governments (Tribal Governments Program) Pre-Application Information Session. During this optional Pre-Application Information Session, OVW staff will review the 2021 Tribal Governments Program Solicitation and key registration deadlines. The 2021 Tribal Governments Program solicitation can be found Read more…

Register for the Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center’s (OVC TTAC) NVAA: “Financial Management” training!

In the Financial Management training, you will learn key bookkeeping and accounting principles, how to prepare financial documents, how to prevent fraud, and the differences in available financial management tools. This training is intended for those responsible for their organization’s financial management. This training will be delivered online, over the Read more…

Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) to host Virtual “International Summit of the Americas on Violence against Indigenous Women”

The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) is hosting the “International Summit of the Americas on Violence against Indigenous Women” on March 29th and 30th. This will be a virtual event, livestreamed on Zoom. It is free of charge and everyone is welcome, in fact encouraged, to participate in and Read more…

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Tribal Youth Resource Center to Host Virtual Tribal Youth Conference

The OJJDP Tribal Youth Resource Center will host the 2021 OJJDP Tribal Youth Virtual National Conference from March 29 to April 2, 2021. The conference theme is “Shaping Brighter Futures with American Indian, Alaska Native Youth, and Tribal Communities—Strengthening Resilience, Promoting Healing, Restoring Culture.” This free event will feature sessions Read more…

Watch National Criminal Justice Training Center’s “Cultural Considerations When Working Within Indian Country – Part 1” Now!

When working on missing and exploited children’s cases within Indian Country, it is important to value the differences, understand and adapt to the culture, and recognize that various dynamics exist. Through this webinar, you will obtain a better understanding of the tribal community and its system of shared values, beliefs, Read more…