Violence Prevention

VIDEO: A Window of Hope: El Salvador’s Opportunity to Address History of Violence

by |November 16th, 2012

This video (in Spanish) was provided by Steve Vigil in New York from the Transnational Advisory Group in Support of the Peace Process in El-Salvador (TAGSPPES)who was part of a delegation to El Salvador to observe the gang truce between MS 13 and 18th St that has originated in the nations prisons. The delegation was… read more

VIDEO: Panel Discussion following NY Premiere of Walking Merchandise (Co-Sponsored by AC4)

by |November 16th, 2012

The panelists for this event included (L to R): Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida; Dr. Ted Perlmutter; Lauren Burke; and Ethan Downing. The discussion includes some initial comments and reactions to the film, as well as a Q&A session with the panel, audience and filmmakers. If you haven’t had the opportunity to make it to a live… read more

Categories: News

The Window Sex Project: Video Panel Discussion on Anti-Street Harassment

by |July 24th, 2012

As Professor L’Heureux Lewis said, “The small things, like street harassment, relate to the bigger things.” On April 2, 2012, the Barnard Center for Research on Women hosted an active and engaging panel discussion with choreographer Sydnie L. Mosley, Professor L’Heureux Lewis, and dancers Leah King, Denae Hannah, Carrie Plew, Candace Thompson, and Allegra Romita. … read more

Waves of Violence in Mexico – Video Interviews with Columbia Professor Pablo Piccato

by |July 23rd, 2012

Columbia Professor Pablo Piccato, Director of the Institute of Latin American Studies and History at the School of International and Public Affairs, in this series of video interviews, discusses the violent crimes occurring in cities like Juarez and the issues the government faces in resolving, and ultimately preventing, these crimes. Murders of Mexican Journalists Skyrocket Gender and… read more

“Generation Iraq: Journalists Confront America’s War” – A Video Conversation

by |June 25th, 2012

How have we been shaped as a society by the war in Iraq?  Journalists words and images have literally defined the war and its ongoing impact for all of us. On April 4, 2012, the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma hosted a conversation with four news professionals who have been shaped by the conflict. … read more

Preventing Genocide – A Video Lecture with Andrea Bartoli

by |June 15th, 2012

George Mason University presents the Vision Series with AC4 Co-Founder and Dean of The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University, Andrea Bartoli.  In a thoughtful and engaging lecture, he explores what genocide is, how it arises and sustains itself, and what we can do to prevent it.