NNEDV’s 5th Annual Economic Justice Summit
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) hosted our 5th Annual Economic Justice Summit March 8‐10, 2022.
As part of our ongoing work to highlight and address the intersection of domestic violence and economic security, this national, three‐day summit brought together advocates, state and territorial domestic violence coalitions, national experts, and allies to discuss and share strategies to improve economic security for domestic violence survivors. The Summit featured speakers, panel discussions, and workshops on a range of topics. Our goals for the summit were to provide a space to examine the systems that inform economic justice work; share concrete and innovative tools; identify emerging issues including national and local policy solutions; and strengthen partnerships between the movement to end domestic violence and the anti‐poverty movement.
Summit Theme: A culture of caretaking. This includes caretaking of anyone impacted by the effects of domestic violence – whether that be surviving it, working in it, caring about someone who is facing it, or wanting to end it.
Date: Tuesday, March 8 through Thursday, March 10, 2022. The Summit was virtual, taking place for three (3) hours over three (3) days. Each day launched at 2:00pm EST with a General Session, followed by a live breakout session at 3:30pm – 5:00pm EST. Participants were able to choose breakout sessions closer to Summit. To accommodate our friends in other time zones, we then provided a re-launch of the General Session at 6:00pm EST.
If you missed this year’s EJ Summit, don’t worry!
You can access all recordings and materials for $75. Click here to make a donation, and make sure to designate “Economic Justice / Independence Project.” Contact EJ@NNEDV.org with any questions.
5th Annual Economic Justice Summit brought to you in part by our generous sponsors: