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Welcome to nationallatinonetwork.org, which is owned and operated by the National Latin@ Network. This policy is designed to help you understand generally how this site collects information, including personal information, and how it uses and discloses that information.
Table of contents
- Effective date
- Your consent to this policy
- Types of information we collect
- Our use of Google Analytics
- How we use information collected through this site
- Your choices
- How to access, update or correct your personal information
- Steps we take to safeguard your personal information
- How we share your personal information with others
- Children under 13 years old
- Links to other sites
- Privacy notices
- Other agreements
- This policy may change
- Contact us
1. Effective date
This policy is effective as of June 6, 2016.
2. Your consent to this policy
By using this site, you consent to the collection, use, and disclosure of information, including your personal information, as set forth in this policy. Please do not provide content or personal information to or otherwise use this site if you do not agree to these terms.
3. Types of information we collect
Information You Manually Provide.National Latin@ Network collects the personal information you knowingly and manually provide when you use this site. The type of personal information we collect varies depending upon how you use this site. For example, if you contact us with questions or subscribe to our electronic newsletter, we may ask you to provide your name, email address, and other personal information.
Information Sent to Us by Your Web Browser.We collect information that is sent to us automatically by your web browser. This information typically includes your IP address, the identity of your Internet service provider, the name and version of your operating system, the name and version of your browser, the date and time of your visit, and the pages on this site that you visit. Please check your browser if you want to learn what information your browser sends or how to change your settings. If you access this site from a mobile device, we will collect similar information from and about your mobile device.
IP Addresses.Your IP address is the identifier assigned to your particular computer when you access the Internet. IP addresses do not include your name, email address or other personal information, but in some cases, they can be used to identify you. If we suspect inappropriate or criminal activity or a threat to this site or its users, we may also share our server logs — which contain users’ IP addresses — with the appropriate investigative authorities, who could use that information to trace and identify individuals.
- collect information about the ways visitors use this site — which pages they visit, which links they use, and how long they stay on each page;
- support the features and functionality of this site — for example, to save you the trouble of reentering information already in our database or to prompt the settings you established on previous visits; and
- personalize your experience when you use this site.
If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may be able to set the browser of your computer to reject cookies or to alert you when a cookie is delivered. You may also be able to delete our cookies as soon as you leave this site. Although you are not required to accept our cookies when you visit this site, if you set your browser to reject cookies, you may not be able to use all of the features and functionality of this site.
4. Our use of Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics, a web analytics tool that helps us understand how visitors engage with this site. If you don’t want information about your visit to this site sent to Google Analytics, you may download an opt-out browser add-on. Please note that the add-on does not prevent information from being sent to National Latin@ Network.
5. How we use information collected through this site
Generally, we use the information we collect through this site:
- to provide the information, products and services you request;
- to provide you with effective service;
- to provide you with a personalized experience when you use this site;
- to contact you with information and notices related to your use of this site;
- to contact you with information we believe will be of interest to you (in accordance with any privacy preferences you have expressed to us);
- to invite you to participate in surveys and provide feedback to us (in accordance with any privacy preferences you have expressed to us);
- to improve the content, functionality and usability of this site;
- to better understand your needs and interests;
- to improve our products and services;
- to improve our marketing and promotional efforts;
- for security, credit or fraud prevention purposes; and
- for any other purpose identified in an applicable privacy notice, click-through agreement or other agreement between you and us.
Please see below for information about the choices you have about the ways we use your personal information.
6. Your choices
In General.You have choices about the ways we collect, use and disclose your personal information as well as information we automatically collect from your computer or mobile or tablet device. Discussed above are choices you have about delivery of cookies to your computer through this site. In addition, we may ask you to indicate your choices at the time we collect your personal information. For example, we generally provide to you an opportunity to “opt out” of receiving certain communications from us. We also include an “unsubscribe” link in each electronic newsletter or promotional email we send you.
Previously Expressed Preferences.You may change previously expressed preferences regarding how we use your personal information. If you have an account or profile on this site, you may be able to change certain privacy preferences through it. Otherwise, please contact us. Please give us a reasonable amount of time to honor your request.
7. How to access, update or correct your personal information
If you have an account or profile on this site, you may also be able to access, update or correct the personal information you have submitted to us through it. If you have provided any personal information to us, either through this site or otherwise, and you would like to update, correct, or request deletion of that information, please contact us. We will respond to you within a reasonable time and, in any case, within the time limits established by applicable law. We may ask you for additional information to verify your identity. In most cases, we will make the change you request. In some cases, however, we may limit or deny your request if the law permits or requires us to do so or if we are unable to verify your identify.
If the contact information you used to subscribe to our e-newsletter is incorrect or changes and you would like to correct or update it, simply unsubscribe using the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of one of the issues you have received, and then resubscribe using your correct or updated information. If you would like to simply unsubscribe from our e-newsletter, simply click the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the one of the issues. If you would like assistance with this process, please contact us.
8. Steps we take to safeguard your personal information
We maintain reasonable administrative, physical and technological measures to protect the confidentiality and security of personal information you submit on or through this site. Unfortunately, no website, mobile or tablet application, server or database is completely secure or “hacker proof.” We therefore cannot guarantee that your personal information will not be disclosed, misused or lost by accident or by the unauthorized acts of others.
9. How we share your personal information with others
Third–Party Service Providers.National Latin@ Network shares personal information collected via our site with third-party service providers who act for or on our behalf. For example, we may use third-party vendors to design, operate, and/or host this site, to conduct surveys, and to help us with our promotional efforts. These third parties may need information about you to perform their functions. Typically, third-party service providers who receive personal information are bound by contract to use it only on our behalf.
Compliance With Laws and Protection of Our Rights and the Rights of Others.We may disclose your personal information when we, in good faith, believe disclosure is appropriate to comply with the law, a court order, or a subpoena. We may also disclose your personal information to prevent or investigate a possible crime, such as fraud or identity theft; to protect the security of this site; to protect our own rights or property or the rights, property or safety of our users or others.
As Described in a Privacy Notice.We reserve the right to disclose your personal information as described in any privacy notice posted on a page of this site where you provide that information. By providing your personal information on that page you will be consenting to the disclosure of your personal information as described in that privacy notice.
As Described in a Click–Through Agreement.We reserve the right to disclose your personal information as described in any click–through agreement to which you have agreed.
10. Children under 13 YEARS OLD
We do not want to collect personal information from children. Please do not provide this site with any personal information unless you are at least 13 years of age. If you believe that a child under 13 has submitted personal information on or through this site without the consent and supervision of a parent or guardian, please contact us so that we can take appropriate action.
11. Links to other sites
12. Privacy notices
This policy may be supplemented or amended from time to time by “privacy notices” posted on this site. These privacy notices provide a level of detail that we cannot provide in this general description of our privacy practices. For example, certain pages of this site may contain privacy notices providing details about the personal information we collect on those pages, why we need that information, and choices you may have about the ways we use that information.
13. Other agreements
When you sign up to use a special feature of this site, you may be asked to agree to special terms governing your use of the special feature. In such cases, you may be asked to expressly consent to the special terms, such as checking a box or clicking on a button marked “I agree.” This type of agreement is known as a “click-through” agreement. If any of the terms of the click-through agreement are different from the terms of this policy, the terms of the click-through agreement will supplement or amend this policy, but only with respect to the matters governed by the “click-through agreement.”
14. This policy may change
This policy describes National Latin@ Network’s current policies and practices with regard to the information, including personal information, we collect through this site.
The term “content” refers to all of the software and code comprising or used to operate this site, and all of the text, photographs, images, illustrations, graphics, sound recordings, video and audio-video clips, and other materials available on this site.
The term “feedback” refers to the content you post on or through this site that is specifically about how we can improve this site and the products and services we make available through this site.
The terms “we,” “us,” and “our” refer to National Latin@ Network.
The term “personal information” refers to information that identifies you personally, alone or in combination with other information available to us. Examples of personal information include your name, address, and email address.
The term this “site” refers to the website located at casadeesperanza.org.
16. Contact us
If you have any questions about this policy or our privacy practices, please contact us using the information provided below:
Casa De Esperanza: National Latin@ Network
P.O. Box 40115
Saint Paul, MN 55104
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Welcome to the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities, a project of Casa de Esperanza! We are the national institute on domestic violence focusing on Latin@ communities. As a leading, national Latin@ organization, Casa de Esperanza puts community at the center of everything we do. Founded in 1982 to provide emergency shelter for Latinas and other women and children experiencing domestic violence, today, we continue providing critical and innovative services and support in our Minnesota Twin Cities communities, ranging from family advocacy and shelter services to leadership development and community engagement opportunities for Latin@ youth, women and men, to informing the work of the National Latin@ Network to shape public policy, research, and best practices in the field. The National Latin@ Network provides training and consultations to practitioners and activists throughout the US, as well as in Latin America. We organize national and regional events. We engage in federal and state public policy advocacy and conduct research on issues that affect Latin@s in the US and abroad.
We produce practical publications and tools for the field, disseminate relevant, up-to-date information and facilitate an online learning community that supports practitioners, policy makers and researchers who are working to end domestic violence. The network currently consists of over 1,600 members and counting!
The National Latin@ Network delivers timely and relevant policy alerts, funding announcements and current research to members on a regular basis. The National Latin@ Network also seeks out input from members to inform policy advocacy efforts on key legislation impacting Latin@ families experiencing domestic violence. We encourage members to share stories of human rights violations, discrimination, community concerns and successes that will be brought to policy makers to help shape our laws. We are building a community where members can connect and learn from one another through trainings, conferences and online forums. We all have expertise to share.
Join us, or if you’re already a member, check out what’s new. There’s something for everyone.
We believe in the power of the Latin@ community to end domestic violence. We believe that we are stronger and more effective when we are connected to one another-sharing our successes and challenges and learning from our collective experience. Together we can mobilize Latinas and Latin@ communities to end domestic violence.
Casa de Esperanza believes that every Latina, her family and community deserve the best possible advocacy and supports. Healthy families and communities are created by their members, not by agencies, but organizations that serve Latinas can offer assistance and strategies that enhance and enrich their lives.
In order to do this, agencies and activists must be equipped with culturally-relevant information and tools that are grounded in the lived realities of Latinas. Approaches that work in other cultures might not necessarily work in Latin@ communities. Supports and advocacy must be informed by and tailored for the women, children and men who are accessing them.
The National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities offers trainings, mentoring, coaching, and consultations (also known as technical assistance) to help organizations and providers work effectively with Latinas and strengthen the fabric of their local communities and families. Our trainings are informed by more than thirty years of direct work with our local Latin@ communities and by our expanding national and international work.
“Sharing what we do” is the best way to describe the National Latin@ Network's work with Latin@ groups. Our highly skilled team of facilitators and trainers –all Latin@s- will listen, collaborate and customize trainings and consultations to the specific needs of each organization and community. We cover a vast array of topics, from the nuts and bolts of how to run an agency to specialized training on working with immigrant Latinas and engaging Latin@ communities. For a list of topics of trainings and consultations that are available, please go to training topics.
The National Latin@ Network offers free trainings and consultations to any US-based Latin@ organization (whether their main focus is domestic violence or not), and any other organizations actively funded by the Family Violence Prevention Services Administration (US Department of Health and Human Services) or the Office on Violence Against Women (US Department of Justice). For a fee, we also offer trainings to any national or international organization.
We firmly believe that some of the best learning happens in peer-to-peer interactions, so we also facilitate relationship building. To that effect, the National Latin@ Network organizes regular national conferences, roundtables, encuentros and events across the United States, focusing on cutting-edge areas of practice, policy and research. Our staff frequently presents at local, state, regional, national and international conferences. We also offer bi-monthly free webinars–in Spanish and English- to provide advocates across the country with opportunities to learn about and discuss topics of interest.
For more information on upcoming events and webinars, please visit our calendar.
We believe that every Latina-serving agency should have access to first-rate training and consultations, so that all Latinas, their families and communities receive the advocacy and supports they deserve to lead full and fruitful lives.
For more information on trainings, consultations and events, please contact Heidi Notario-Smull at email@example.com or 717-303-3541.
The Public Policy Initiative is one of the cornerstones of the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities – a network of individuals and organizations interested in ending domestic violence and promoting the health and well-being of Latin@ communities. Casa de Esperanza’s Director of Public Policy, located in Washington, DC, oversees the Public Policy Initiative of the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities.
Goals of the Public Policy Initiative
- Improve policies that are responsive to the needs and realities of Latina survivors of domestic violence, as well as their children and families;
- Improve access to financial resources for Latin@ community-based organizations in order to develop and enhance culturally and linguistically specific intervention services and prevention initiatives in Latin@ communities; and
- Improve access to general prevention and intervention services for Latina survivors and their families, particularly for individuals with Limited English Proficiency and immigrant survivors.
What does the Public Policy Initiative do?
- Identify priority public policy concerns for Latin@ communities in efforts to end domestic violence and support healthy families and communities;
- Bring the voices and realities of Latina survivors and Latin@ communities to the table to influence and help shape national policy decisions;
- Support opportunities to access resources and increase capacity-building for Latin@ community-based organizations (CBOs) to provide domestic violence prevention and intervention services; and
- Build the capacity of Latin@ CBOs to take the lead on addressing sexual assault/domestic violence issues at the local, state, and national level, through the development of a network of Latin@ organizations, programs, and advocates, known as the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities.
How can you get involved?
- Share your concerns, experiences, and insights and help shape the development of specific policies and the Network’s overall policy agenda.
- Connect to other organizations working in areas of public policy to share ideas and strengthen efforts to create policy change.
- Participate in training, webinars and conference calls to build capacity in public policy efforts.
- Stay up to date with periodic policy alerts about policy developments and ways you can get involved and advocate for legislation that advances these goals.
- Get access to relevant research, resources and tools, as well as training and technical assistance opportunities.