Law Enforcement and the Transgender Community – CRS Training Program

Law Enforcement and the Transgender Community – CRS Training Program

Every day law enforcement personnel from across the country encounter transgender individuals who are victims hate crimes, abuse, discrimination, intolerance, and injustice. This training has been developed by the United States Department of Justice’s Community Relations Service, referred to as CRS, in consultation with law enforcement and transgender community leaders. The purpose is to provide […]

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Virtual Reality: Closing the Empathy Gap? | SkollWF 2018

Virtual Reality: Closing the Empathy Gap? | SkollWF 2018

– My name is Jude O’Reilley, and I’m with the Skoll Foundation. It’s my privilege today to welcome all of you to Virtual Reality: Closing the Empathy Gap? Like many of you, perhaps, I first heard of virtual reality actually as a military technology, something that the Israeli military and others used to protect the […]

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Improving Cultural Competence: Building Relationships with Arab and American Muslims

Improving Cultural Competence:  Building Relationships with Arab and American Muslims

Welcome to the United States Department of Justice Community Relations Services Cultural Competency Presentation “Engaging and Building Relations with Arab & Muslim Americans.” My name is Abed Ayoub from the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, one of the many partner organizations that works with the DOJ Community Relations Service to further cultural professionalism. this training will provide […]

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