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Partner with us

Our team of nationally recognized researchers welcomes research opportunities and ideas that aim to shed lights on the complex and rich lived experiences of our Latin@ communities. Whether you are a student, academic, community organizer, or an invested citizen interested in furthering the scholarship that represents, guides policies and practices, and evaluates community-driven initiatives to counteract domestic and sexual violence, we want to hear from you!


Students

In the past, we have sponsored Latin@ students’ scholarship and research by acting as advisers, reviewers, and mentors. If you are a student, know that we want to help. We are happy to help prepare the next generation of researchers and evaluators, so send us a few lines about your research interests, findings, or ideas for partnerships.


Academics

We believe that rigorous scholarship on domestic and sexual violence prevention and intervention depends on academic camaraderie and collaboration. We welcome all academics who have a deep commitment to advancing social justice by investing intellectual and creative capital in leading researchon the realities of traditionally marginalized communities, as well as evaluating the amazing work of community based and cultural specific organizations . If you are interested in partnering with us, please send us an email.


Community partners

We know that none of the tremendous advancements we have made in serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence would have been possible without on-the-ground, dedicated practitioners. We are happy to partner with you to help evaluate programs and initiative as well as find out—together—best practices to working with Latin@ survivors of domestic and sexual violence.


For all inquiries, please contact us at info@casadeesperanza.org