We provide interactive training models addressing common cultural issues. IA has developed interactive training models that cater to the specific needs of any organization. Our ISB training consist of a combination of forum theater, dialogue, and interaction between audience and performer. 

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Interactive performance

Our goal at IA is to use interactive performance based (IPB) theater, both scripted and improvised sessions, to engage the audience to foster dialogue and implement solutions that create a culture of care.

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Sexual Assault Prevention

At Interactive Advocacy (IA.), we define sexual violence in such a way that encompasses all survivors; we realize that every incident of sexual violence is different. Therefore, the only way to remit service to the diverse survivors is to broaden our definition of the meaning.

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Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination based on sex/gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation. Individuals of any gender can be the target of sexual harassment. 

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College Friends

Create a productive work environment that will help recruit a more diverse workforce as well as retain existing personnel therefore providing a talented pool of people that provides an organization with a competitive edge while offering superior client services.           

Diversity and Inclusion

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Interactive Advocacy strives to support initiatives that challenges discrimination and promotes effective resolution, creating a culture of inclusiveness and equality where every person is treated fairly with dignity & equality, and talent is nurtured. 

Human Rights

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Disability Access

From pre-historic history, through the Middle Ages, and into the 20th Century people with disabilities were segregated, marginalized, and institutionalized. In the 1970’s, the disability rights movement emerged and echoed the themes of other movements individual choice, equal opportunity, and the right of participation.

Individuals with Disabilities

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