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Submission Guidelines

What to Submit?

We welcome submissions on a number of topics pertaining to domestic violence, family violence, and gender-based violence. These topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Gender-based violence intervention and prevention programs that are culturally specific
  • Working with Latin@ youth
  • Working with immigrant Latin@s
  • Health care and gender-based violence
  • LGBTQ Latin@ communities
  • Children and domestic violence
  • Building Latin@ leadership in Latin@ communities
  • Elder abuse

We also welcome photography, video, resources, and other digital material that organizations or people wish to share with our network.

Who Can Submit?

The National Latin@ Network offers a space for community members, activists, advocates, policy makers, survivors, allies and others to share their experiences and expertise in working with Latin@ communities on the many intersections of, gender-based, family and community violence.

How to Submit?

If you have a blog idea and would like to submit to the National Latin@ Network, please email Rebecca De León at deleonr@casadeesperanza.org

Anything Else to Keep in Mind?

  • As a general rule, submissions should be not exceed 500-700 words, although we have published longer pieces in the past.
  • Media submissions (photography, video, infographics, etc) should include a minimum 250 word description or reflection.
  • Photography, video, infographics and all other digital work must abide by Copyright law.
  • We publish everything in Spanish and English, but you are welcome to submit in either language. We will take care of the translation.
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