Building global commitment to violence prevention
The Violence Prevention Alliance (VPA) is a network of WHO Member States, international agencies and civil society organizations working to prevent violence. VPA participants share an evidence-based public health approach that targets the risk factors leading to violence and promotes multi-sectoral cooperation. Participants are committed to implement the recommendations of the World report on violence and health. Please find the full report here
New publication: "Preventing violence: evaluating outcomes of parenting programmes"
This new publication seeks to increase understanding of the need for, and the process of, conducting outcome evaluations of parenting programmes in low- and middle-income countries. The result of a collaboration between the University of Cape Town, WHO, UNICEF, and the WHO-led Violence Prevention Alliance, the guidance is aimed at policy-makers; programme planners and developers; high-level practitioners in government ministries; representatives of nongovernmental and community-based organizations; and donors working in the area of violence prevention. This project and publication was kindly funded by the UBS Optimus Foundation.
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XXth ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect
Global Violence Reduction Conference "Global Strategies to Reduce Violence by 50% in the Next 30 Years
Public Lecture by Steven Pinker: The Past, Present and Future of Violence
The Annual Meeting of the Violence Prevention Alliance