Sowing and Reaping: Getting to the Root of Domestic Violence
November 16, 2013, Christiana Care Middletown Emergency Facility
DCADV's Women of Color Task Force (WOCTF) presents two repeating four-hour sessions for pastors, faith leaders, and ministry heads in all three counties and across all denominational lines to "get to the root" of domestic violence. Read more and register
Office of Women's Health Healthy Women Celebration
December 12, 2013, Modern Maturity Center, Dover
With presentations by Office of Women's Health Community Partners including DCADV and the presentation of OWH Art Contest winners by Senator Margaret Rose Henry. View event flyer.
One Billion Rising Events
February 14, 2014, Locations to be Determined
Delaware's Domestic Violence Task Force, WEAVER (DCADV's survivors task force), and others working to end violence toward women will host dance events on Valentine's Day throughout Delaware. Learn more
about the international One Billion Rising initiative to raise awareness and support for justice for women survivors of violence.
Peace, Love & Bowling
February 16, 2014, Pleasant Hill Lanes, Wilmington
At this fun public education event, individuals and teams will raise funds to benefit DCADV's prevention and awareness efforts while learning and sharing information about teen dating violence.
Powerful Partnerships: 20 Years of the Violence Against Women Act and the Path Ahead
April 24 & 25, 2014, University of Delaware, Clayton Hall, Newark
In recognition of Vice President Joseph R. Biden and his leadership on behalf of the Violence Against Women Act and in celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Department of Women & Gender Studies at the University of Delaware and the 20th Anniversary of DCADV, the Department of Women & Gender Studies and DCADV will cohost this conference to provide a unique space for survivors, community activists, advocates, researchers, business leaders, and government officials from across the nation to come together to share research findings, best practices, and lessons learned and to foster trust, resilient relationships, and innovative strategies for addressing gender-based violence. Read the call for papers