ATCEV

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The Alliance of Tribal Coalitions to End Violence (ATCEV) works to advance tribal sovereignty and the safety of American Indian and Alaska Native women by providing support to tribal coalitions and tribal communities in their efforts to address equal justice for survivors of violence.

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TRIBAL COALITIONS

Addressing Domestic & Sexual Violence in Indian Country and Alaska

We invite you to learn more about the work of Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions to end violence against Native women and children.

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Calling All Tribal Victim Services Providers

The ATCEV is gearing up for the first-ever Indian Country Counts survey. We need your help to ensure we have a comprehensive listing of tribal victim service providers. Sign up to be included and receive important notifications. Learn more about Indian Country Counts on our Projects page.

NEWS AND UPDATES

The Latest Tribal Coalition News

New Report Identifies Best Practices and Strategies to Address the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Relatives Injustice in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY—This Tuesday, November 14th, at 1:00 pm, Senator David Hinkins (R-Senate District 26) and Representative Angela Romero (D-House District 25) will host a press conference in the Utah State Capitol Board Room to discuss the next steps of the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Relatives (MMIR) Task Force and key findings outlined in a report that identifies best practices

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