The Bystander Effect

Not all injuries are visible. Witnessing violence creates long-lasting concerns. What’s a school or after-school program to do . . .

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All About Girls Summit Seeks to Create ‘Girls Movement’

“How do we change the landscape for the sexual-abuse-to-prison pipeline, stop criminalizing girls’ behavior?” asks Mary Marx, president and CEO of Florida-based PACE Center for Girls, which is organizing a national summit this week for youth workers and policy-makers. Chelsea Clinton will be the keynote speaker.

Breaking the Cycle, One Young Person at a Time

Jamel Bonilla was 17 when he took part in an armed robbery. He was convicted of a felony and served 18 months in Massachusetts’ Middleton House of Corrections . . .

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Schools Stand Up Against Bullying on Unity Day

This morning at Rockford Elementary Arts Magnet School in Rockford, Minnesota, teachers wearing orange T-shirts that read “Rockford Unites Against Bullying” welcomed a sea of orange-clad students as they filed off the school bus.

Using Online App to Implement Each One Teach One

Our 100 Peace Builder teens’ reach of 4,000 of their peers and some adults through connection circles taught me that “each one teach one”' is not just a saying, it is a way of transforming community.

Consolidated Grant Program to Address Children and Youth Experiencing Domestic and Sexual Assault and Engage Men and Boys as Allies

Subject: Child/Youth Welfare, Safety, Violence, Community Development | Deadline: Mar. 19, 2015 . . .

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The CDC National Centers of Excellence in Youth Violence Prevention: Building the Evidence for Community- and Policy-Level Prevention

Subject: Youth Violence, Safety, Youth Welfare, Youth Development, Community Development, Research | Deadline: May 4, 2015 . . .

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