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The Gleaner: Puppet Pals – Crawford-Brown Pushing Play Therapy for Traumatized Children

The Gleaner: Puppet Pals – Crawford-Brown Pushing Play Therapy for Traumatized Children

Dr. Claudette Crawford-Brown, a senior lecturer at the University of the West Indies in the Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work, has decades of experience working with trauma­tized­­ children. Along with her colleagues, she has used play therapy to help children with issues ranging from bullying, migration, and human trafficking.

Why open a school? To close a prison

Nadia Lopez

  • 6 February 2018
  • Posted by: Nicolas Devia
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Opening schools in segregated an unequal regions is not just an investment to educate children. It is also about empowering communities, letting them achieve their dreams and escape the fear of violence and crime. By letting citizens out of the education system we are leaving their communities vulnerable to criminal organizations, low expectatives and a vicious spiral of poverty. Criminals are not born, but rather the result of a toxic atmosphere were future seems only like a dream. Nadia Lopez empowered low income communities in New York City through education and showing them the world, helping them create dreams they could fight for.

End Violence: Mexico Launches its End Violence Nation Action Plan​

Remarks by Susan Bissell

End Violence: Mexico Launches its End Violence Nation Action Plan​

Remarks of Susan Bissell, Director of the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children at the Launch of the End Violence Nation Action Plan. 

End Violence: Launch Film

End Violence: Launch Film

End Violence is bringing together stakeholders from across the world to end all forms of violence against children, turning the belief that no violence against children is justifiable and all violence is preventable into a compelling agenda for action.

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