CAVNET (Communities Against Violence Network)
|Forums using Paltalk (Thursday, August 16, 2001) |
Join us Sundays and Wednesday evenings at 8 pm est for live discussions of domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking, and crime victims with disabilities. Download the free program at www.paltalk.com. You will need a headset.
|Please help CAVNET grow by making a tax-deductible contribution -- here's how (Thursday, April 26, 2001) |
You can make a tax-deductible contribution online or by check or money order.To contribute using Visa or Mastercard, please click on button on left (scroll down, this page). See document number 2384 for an invoice.
|New Feature of CAVNET -- Consultants Bureau (Sunday, April 22, 2001) |
We are proud to announce the creation of a new feature of CAVNET – access to the best consultants in the world on the subject of violence against women, beginning with the former Director of the Justice Department’s Violence Against Women Office – Bonnie Campbell, one of the foremost authorities on this subject in the world.
See Document Number 2318.
|Bonnie Campbell joins CAVNET's Board of Directors (Thursday, February 22, 2001) |
I am very pleased to inform you all that Bonnie Campbell, former Director of the Violence Against Women Office at the U.S. Department of Justice, has agreed to serve on CAVNET's Board of Directors.
See document number 2223
|CAVNET receives grant from the Ms. Foundation (Saturday, January 27, 2001) |
Ms. Foundation Home Page
We are proud to announce that CAVNET has received a substantial grant from the Ms. Foundation. The Ms. Foundation for Women is the country's only national, multi-issue public women's fund. They fund and assist women's self-help organizing efforts, and pursue changes in public consciousness, law, philanthropy, and social policy.
|What is CAVNET? (Thursday, December 21, 2000) |
What is CAVNET – An Overview CAVNET is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Washington DC. We work internationally to address violence against women, youth violence, and crimes against people with disabilities. Started and operated by a former prosecutor (and former Special Counsel to the Violence Against Women Office at the U.S. Department of Justice), CAVNET has developed an an online database of information, and a virtual community of over 950 professionals from the United States, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, and the Caribbean.