JDI Public Calendar

Upcoming events

    • Thursday, September 14, 2017
    • 5:30 PM
    • Garden of Peace, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston MA

    SAVE THE DATE!

    You are invited to the 2017 Honor Program on September 14, 2017.

    Guests may visit the Garden prior to the program, which starts at 5:30 p.m.  An informal Potluck Community Supper immediately following the ceremony.
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    To contribute an item to the potluck supper or to volunteer with the event,

    please contact us at info@gardenofpeacememorial.org 

    Please R.S.V.P by e-mail to info@gardenofpeacememorial.org or by phone at 617.523.0402.

    P.O. Box 8382 • Boston MA 02114 • www.gardenofpeacememorial.org
    100 Cambridge Street will validate parking after 5:00 p.m. for a nominal fee.Garage entrance is located on Somerset Street.

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    The Garden of Peace -- A Symbol For Hope and Peace

    The Garden of Peace is a memorial commemorating victims of homicide and a living reminder of the impact of violence. It is a visual testament to the need for eliminating violence. The Garden is a symbol of hope for peace and renewal in our lives, our community, and the world.

    The mission of the Garden of Peace, Inc. is to create and maintain a memorial to victims of homicide that, through its location in Boston's Government Center:

    • raises the awareness of our citizens, public officials, and business leaders of the human cost of violence 
    • stands as a symbol of connection for the many and diverse communities and constituencies in Massachusetts touched by violence who share a common grief and a common hope 
    • provides a site for visits by anti-violence education and advocacy groups, survivor groups and individual survivors that is both evocative and inspirational


    • Thursday, September 21, 2017
    • 6:00 PM
    • North Street, Pittsfield MA

    Elizabeth Freeman Center’s Walk a Mile

    MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

    Our annual Walk a Mile march to end rape, sexual assault and gender violence is coming Third Thursday, September 21! Our Walk a Mile webpage is up and ready for you to register, form a team, and raise funds the easy way using email and social media!

    New to the event? An old hand (or shoe) at this? Go to  elizabethfreemancenter.org/wam

    to learn more and register!

    Walk a Mile In Her Shoes began as a way for men to step up and out to raise awareness about violence, promote healthy masculinity and support survivors services. Each year, it grows and together

    all ages, backgrounds, gender identities,

    races, abilities

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    we all walk, we all speak out, we all take a stand against domestic and sexual violence. To learn more,

    contact Katie at katies@elizabethfreemancenter.org


    • Thursday, September 28, 2017
    • 6:00 PM
    • John Joseph Moakley US Courthouse, 1 Courthouse Way, Boston, MA 02210

     

    Join us for an evening to benefit the Victim Rights Law Center

    For sponsorship opportunities and more information, please contact Stacy Malone at 617-399-6720 x20or smalone@victimrights.org.

    Formal invitation and details to follow



    • Friday, September 29, 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/men-taking-action-summit-tickets-36408463695

    • Monday, October 02, 2017
    • 1:00 PM
    • Charles River Country Club, 483 Dedham Street, Newton Centre, MA



    • Wednesday, October 04, 2017
    • Simmons School of Social Work

    Stay tuned for more details.   


    • Wednesday, October 25, 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

    You are cordially invited to the Community Advocacy Programs's annual "A Celebration of Survival"

    Honoring LORRAINE LAFATA for her 40 years of advocacy efforts to end Domestic Violence. 

    WHEN October 25th, 2017 6pm - 9pm

     WHERE Northeastern University, Alumni Center 716 Columbus Avenue, 6th floor Boston, MA 02120 

    CELEBRATION OF SURVIVAL WILL COMMEMORATE 22 YEARS OF SERVICE IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIM ADVOCACY

    TICKETS: Can be purchased for $75 Sponsorship packages will be available. 

    HORS D’OEUVRES AND CASH BAR

     FOR MORE INFORMATION: 617-373-8597 l.froomer@northeastern.edu or visit our website at HTTPS://WWW.CCHERS.ORG/ COMMUNITY-ADVOCACYPROGRAM

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    • Thursday, October 26, 2017


    Plan to join us on October 26, 2017

    Mark your calendar now to join Safe Havens for the evening of October 26 as we honor some of our allies who have put faith into action and helped make an IMPACT in our communities!

    Invitations are forthcoming. To receive a printed invitation or receive more information about this event, please contact Safe Havens via email at amkatzman@interfaithpartners.org or call us at 617-951-3980.


    We look forward to celebrating with YOU!



    • Friday, October 27, 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Boston Marriott Quincy

    For more information, visit Dove Inc.'s site at dovema.org, or register for the event here

    • Sunday, November 19, 2017
    • Monday, November 20, 2017
    • Seaport World Trade Center & Seaport Hotel, 200 Seaport Boulevard Boston, MA 02210

     Jane Doe Inc. is co-promoting the Ruderman 2017 Inclusion Summit

    "The Summit will bring together 1,000 people from a variety of sectors including: tech, policy, human services, fashion, education, social justice, business, housing, advocacy and more to network and share best practices. Our goal is to inspire, motivate, and arm attendees with the know how to keep up the work of advancing full inclusion of people with disabilities in every aspect of life. These two days will be packed with over 15 panels and plenaries!"

    For more information, please see the official website: http://www.inclusion2017.org/

    • Wednesday, November 29, 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 3:40 PM
    • Hiebert Lounge 72 East Concord Street Boston


    The form of commercial sex that some people call prostitution and others call sex work is presently illegal to sell and to buy in the United States, with the exception of 11 counties in Nevada where it is legalized. The public health community is not unified in its perspective on policy options. The purpose of this symposium is to use a public health framework to consider the potential advantages and disadvantages of legalizing or decriminalizing commercial sex in the United States. Speakers will address the harms of criminalizing the buying and selling of sex as well as the need to reduce human trafficking. Lessons learned in the global context will be considered. The objective of the symposium is to equip attendees with a richer understanding of the issue and the likely implications of supporting the legislative options under consideration.


    For more information including registration, click here


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