The Apna Ghar- CURL Research team have presented at various conferences around the country on both the research process and the outcomes of the collaborative.
Developing a More Effective Service Model for Domestic Violence Victims in South Asian Immigrant Populations. The 9th Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, New Mexico. June 2003.
Ford Foundation: "Emerging Leaders, New Directions" Conference: An Initiative of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program of Macalester College, October 2003.
Transcending Boundaries: Issues Impacting Immigrant Women in Chicago. Conference on Chicago Research and Public Policy "The Changing Face of Metropolitan Chicago". May 2004.
Hardly a Leg to Stand On: South Asian Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence. Presented at National Association for Ethnic Studies Conference. Chicago, IL. March 2005
Hardly a Leg to Stand On: The Civil and Social Rights of Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference, Advancing Science and Society Interactions, Seville, Spain. February, 2005.
Limits to Empowerment: The Interactions of Immigration Status and Social Policy on the Options of South Asian Domestic Violence Victims. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, San Francisco. August, 2004.