Chicago, Baltimore, Ferguson, New York . . . Cities Torn Apart . . . How Can We Change?

By Slutkin, Dr. Gary | November 30th, 2015

To change our responses to a problem that repeats itself, we need to change the way we view the problem. Scientific studies, including … 

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What YOU can do on #GivingTuesday!

By Buettner, Kathy | November 24th, 2015

First, we had "Black Friday." Then came "Cyber Monday." Now, in its fourth year, we have #GivingTuesday! It’s a global day of giving … 

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New Report: Cure Violence Model Creates Better Parenting and Less Violence for Families & Children

By Charlie Ransford | November 18th, 2015

Preventing violence is vitally important for children and families. Over 1 billion children are victims of violence every year. … 

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After Loss, Father brings Message of Violence Prevention

By UIC_News | October 22nd, 2015

Jeremy Richman lost his only child, 6-year-old Avielle, when she was killed along with 19 other children and six educators during the 2012 … 

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Peace Makes the Cut in Revolutionary New UN Framework

By Greenberg, Melanie | August 27th, 2015

These 5 P’s form the basis for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), the revolutionary new framework that the United Nations has … 

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Cameron Safarloo named COO at Cure Violence

By Buettner, Kathy | August 17th, 2015

Chicago, IL….Cameron Safarloo, MBA begins today (8 17 2015) as Chief Operating Officer at Cure Violence, a top 20 global NGO with a … 

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The Normative Nature of Youth Delinquency

By Safarloo, Ariyana | August 13th, 2015

The Justice Policy Institute, a Washington, DC based non-profit dedicated to reducing the use of incarceration and the justice system and … 

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Cure Violence Ranks 14th on 2016 Top 500 Global NGO List; 1st Among Violence Prevention NGOs

By Charlie Ransford | August 10th, 2015

Cure Violence ranks 14th in NGO Advisor’s new 2016 report of the Top 500 NGOs in the world, one of the definitive international … 

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Baltimore's Safe Street Neighborhoods Remained Safe Despite City Violence

By Lunardi, Nicole | July 8th, 2015

When I asked State Senator Ferguson of the 46th district to paint a picture of the history of Cherry Hill he sighed and contemplated where … 

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Race, Equity and Violence

By Safarloo, Ariyana | June 23rd, 2015

On Tuesday, June 2 nd , The University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill hosted the 2015 National Health Equity Research Webcast. Frank … 

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