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February 20-21, 2018


Contact Info: 

Nishima Chudasama // // 617.710.2147

Directions: Click marker on map for directions.

Times: 00:00am-00:00pm

Dates: Monday, Jan. 1, 2016 - Tuesday Jan. 2, 2016

Location: 111 First Street, Washington, DC, 00000


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Please bring your wifi enabled laptop and read the following two articles before the first training day. These articles will be discussed by the Nest trainer. 

Article 1: Sex Work vs. Trafficking: Understanding the Difference

via Alternet

Article 2: Sex Workers' Rights are Human Rights

 via Amnesty International

Agenda - Day 1


09:00-09:05am         Welcome

09:05-09:15am          Nest Intro

09:15-10:30am           Intro to CSEC

10:30-10:40am           Break

10:40-11:15am             Foundational Lesson 1

11:15-11:25am              Break

11:25am-12:00pm       Foundational Lesson 2

12:00-1:00pm             Lunch

1:00-2:00pm              Lesson 1

2:00-2:10pm              Break

2:10-2:50pm              Lesson 2

2:50-3:00pm             Break

3:00-4:00pm             Lesson 3

4:00-4:30pm             Wrap-Up/Check-Out



09:00-09:15am          Welcome/Check-In

09:15-10:30am           Lesson 4

10:30-10:40am           Break

10:40-12:00pm           Lesson 5

12:00-1:00pm             Lunch

1:00-2:15pm               Lesson 6

2:15-2:30pm              Break

2:30-3:30pm             Lesson 7

3:30-3:40pm             Student Forums/Capstone Projects

3:40-4:00pm             Wrap-Up/Check-Out

**All times approximate**


Amy Kayon // Nest Foundation's Teacher and Facilitator Trainer

Amy Kayon holds a brand new position for Portland State University as the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator. Amy has been a leader in the field of primary prevention of sexual violence and active in education, public health and the social justice movement for over 15 years. Amy’s passion is in creating participatory experiential learning opportunities for students.

The curricula she has developed demonstrates cultural competency, addresses issues among vulnerable, minority populations and works to promote gender equality in order to improve the health of all individuals, children, and communities.

She is excited to use her passion for social justice and student engagement to promote healthy relationships at PSU. Amy has her Masters in the Art of Teaching (MAT) from Willamette University and is a proud Portland State University alumna with her undergraduate degree in Sociology.

Amy is often found playing outdoors with her family, cooking, or with her nose buried in a book.

Amy Kayon -


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