Ari Cowan The PAR Model

Violence Integrative Prevention and Restoration (PAR) Model is a new, evidence-based, cognitive approach to violence response and prevention built upon a public health foundation. It is a significant departure from the traditional “punitive” model for dealing with violence. The PAR Model incorporates new thinking about and language for describing violence, provides a new framework for preventing and responding to violence, and presents an effective alternative to the commonly-used traditional punitive-based approaches for dealing with violence.

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Ari Cowan.

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End of Violence- The National Violence Reduction Initiative

End of Violence

That’s enough.

We’ve been run roughshod by violence for too long.
We now have a promising new, evidence-based
“social technology” that can help reduce violence
and its devastating impact on our quality of life and finances.

In light of the current economic climate, putting
this new approach to work makes more sense than ever.

Let’s get started.

Summary

The National Violence Reduction Initiative is a multi-faceted, multi-disciplinary effort to support the next steps in providing the revolutionary new “Violence Integrative Prevention and Restoration (PAR) Model” to people in the United States and throughout the world. The Initiative calls upon the collective wisdom, talent, and commitment of American citizens, businesses, public service agencies, and local, state, and federal governments.

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End of Violence.

Frances Fisher: Audio Message!

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(Actor, Titanic)

Go to Podcast:

The Peace Alliance – Campaign for a Department of Peace – Frances Fisher: Audio Message!.

Combined Team Meeting

Combined Quarterly Team Meeting – San Fernando Valley
May 17, 2009, 3:00PM, Terry Mason’s house: 16425 Otsego St., Encino, CA 91436
Come together with other volunteers in the San Fernando Valley area — Districts 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, the Valley section of District 30, and 31.

We will meet, strategize, and workshop during this time. Every meeting will result in at least one action taken or plan made! Bring your questions, energy and enthusiasm!

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Please RSVP 24 hours in advance if you will be attending: terry@lupineproductions.com, or cel: 818.687.2942.

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SoCal Campaign for a US Department of Peace.

Cabinet department would give peace a chance – Kansas City Star

Barack Obama’s election as president has breathed life into efforts for a U.S. Department of Peace and Nonviolence.

Rep. Dennis Kucinich first proposed the Cabinet-level post in July 2001 — two months before the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack. He had seen too much violence worldwide and wanted to create a platform in the executive branch to promote alternative ways to resolve conflicts.

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Cabinet department would give peace a chance – Kansas City Star.