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Webinar To Discuss Lessons from Defending Childhood Communities

​On October 26, 2016, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. ET, the Defending Childhood initiative, in conjunction with OJJDP and Futures Without Violence, will present “Defending Childhood: Lessons Learned on Leadership, Social Change and Building Community.” The webinar will focus on the experiences of three communities and their efforts to prevent children’s exposure to violence. Presenters will share lessons learned addressing the multiple forms of violence that impact children and youth, as well as strategies for sustainability and long-term social change.

Register for this free webinar.

Date Created: October 24, 2016