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October, 2014

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Oct
3
Friday
Title:

Changing the Conversation about Today's Pornography: Emerging Public Health Research on Brain Development, Economics of the Industry, and Impacts on Kids


Date:
Oct 3, 2014

Location:
Mall of America, Bloomington, MN ( 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)

Description:

Attendance for this event is now full and registration has been closed. However, please email Marissa.raguet@state.mn.us if you would like to register for the live webstream.

 


Registration:

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

Registration period:
(Wednesday, Jul 02, 2014 - Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014)


Oct
21
Tuesday
Title:

Two-Day Safe Harbor Conference (Invitation only)


Date:
Oct 21, 2014

Location:
Ramada Plaza, 1330 Industrial Blvd N.E., Minneapolis, MN 55413

Description:

Hosted by MDH, DHS and Women’s Foundation

This conference will include training on trauma-informed care, confidentiality, and much more. Details on speakers, etc., will be added to the webpage as the date approaches. 

Dates: October 21-22

Audience: Please note this is an invite-only conference and is reserved for the following groups: Regional Navigators; Safe Harbor housing grantees; and Women’s Foundation grantees.  

Accommodations: $89/night at Ramada Plaza Minneapolis. Please tell them you’re with the room block for the Safe Harbor conference.

Ramada Plaza
1330 Industrial Blvd N.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55413
http://www.ramadaplazampls.com/
612-331-1900

Cost: Free. Lunch and coffee will be provided both days. Attendees will be expected to have breakfast, dinner, and snacks on their own.

Contact lauren.ryan@state.mn.us for more information.


Registration:

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

Registration period:
(Tuesday, Aug 26, 2014 - Wednesday, Oct 15, 2014)


Oct
27
Monday
Title:

Minnesota Human Trafficking Task Force (MNHTTF) Quarterly Meeting


Date:
Oct 27, 2014

Location:

Registration:

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

Registration period:
(Tuesday, Oct 07, 2014 - Monday, Oct 27, 2014)



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