The following FAQ section covers the basics of being a presenter at the Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference. Please review the information as you will be asked to confirm the presenter terms and guidelines when submitting your proposal.
Conference Themes & Goals
The Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference is place to share, discuss, and explore the connections and creative solutions essential to our efforts to end sexual and domestic violence. We welcome workshops on any of a multitude of topics, so tell us your idea!
Workshop Length & Tracks
We are seeking proposals for 75 minutes sessions in addition to extended length 150 minute (2 1/2 hour) skill building sessions. CAIA seeks presenters to speak on a variety of topics related to access to services, work with underserved populations, and non-profit administration.
The 2017 Annual Conference will be located at the Vail Marriott in Vail, CO. It will run two and a half days, Monday June 12th through Wednesday June 14th.
How many attendees come to the conference?
While the conference generally has 200-250 registered attendees, breakouts have 10-30 per session.
As a presenter you will receive ONE complimentary registration. The registration will be in your name and valid for the entire conference. Sleeping rooms are available at the group rate, but are not provided as part of presenting. Please note, we DO NOT offer complimentary registrations to co-presenters. They will need to register at either member/non-member rates.
Will co-presenters receive a complimentary registration?
Unfortunately, we DO NOT offer complimentary registrations to co-presenters. They will need to register at either member/non-member rates.co-presenters.
Session Room Setup
Each session room will have the following equipment available for your use: podium, screen, projector and laptop. A limited number of flip charts are available if you need them, please contact us in advance to reserve. Rooms are not equipped with house sound. Please keep this in mind if you plan to have videos or audio clips.
Will there be sound in session rooms?
Rooms are not equipped with house sound. Please keep this in mind if you plan to have videos or audio clips.
Presenters will be asked to provide an electronic copy of their presentation and/or handouts by May 26, 2017. Presenters will emailed instructions for uploading workshop presentation and slides. Presenters will be responsible for any paper copies that they choose to provide.
Do I need to print/bring my handouts?
Yes, presenters will be responsible for any paper copies which they choose to provide. Additionally, presenters will be asked to upload presentation and/or handouts by May 26, 2017. Instructions for uploading materials will be emailed to the primary presenter.
Please contact Marci Whitman, Conference Coordinator, if you have any questions call 303-521-0201 or email@example.com
Conference Themes and Topics
The Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference is co-hosted annually by the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) and the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA). The Coalitions collaborate on this event in order to provide training and education that is based on best and promising practices for addressing sexual and domestic violence, and to ensure that services for survivors are as consistent and comprehensive as possible. Colorado Advocacy in Action is the only statewide conference specific to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence advocacy and is intended for victim service providers as well as affiliated professionals. We hope it also provides an opportunity for advocates in the sexual and domestic violence field to connect with their counterparts and build a collective voice to further our work to end sexual and domestic violence in Colorado.
Policy Implementation and Relationship Building
Working with Offenders/Perpetrators
SA & DV on College Campuses/Schools (Title IX, etc.)
Highlight/Showcase Successful Programming in Your Community
Tell us your workshop idea!
Ready To Submit Papers?
All full paper submissions will be peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research content/depth, correctness, and relevance to the conference.