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MailTribune.com The Hearts & Vines Foundation is contributing $162,500 to youth and family programs that fight domestic violence through education, prevention and intervention. Grants being awarded include: Community Works/Victim Services, $100,000.
Tackling violence against women and girls is rightly riding high on the development agenda and so too is food insecurity. But it has only been in the last few days, travelling around Malawi at the start of a particularly hungry season, that the
Violence in the home usually escalates over Christmas and January. Calls to police increase as family situations get out of control. Only 20 per cent of people experiencing violence at home ever contact police or social services. Most people reach
An Indiana man convicted of child abuse for forcing his grandsons on a grueling hike in the Grand Canyon is seeking relief from the U.S...Court of Appeals had rejected Christopher Alan Carlson's argument that the evidence was insufficient and that
The official stated the National Police's tenacious commitment to work to reduce cases of domestic violence affecting society. Castro said the fight against gender violence must be focused on critical paths to reduce the crime which causes so many
Threatening or screaming at teenagers may put them at higher risk for depression and disruptive behaviors such as rule-breaking, a new study suggests. "The take home point is that the verbal behaviors matter," Annette Mahoney, who worked on the
The number of kids who died from abuse or neglect over the past five years in Illinois is higher than the state's child-welfare agency has reported, according to new figures Tuesday from the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.
During the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, Here's a Question for All of Us Who Believe That Activism Is Part of the Solution to Gender-Based Violence in All Its Forms: Can You Buy Activism? This question came up in response to a
Ukiah Daily Journal Officers were summoned at 2:47 p.m...The mother, who wasn't identified, was arrested on suspicion of inflicting injury on a child and child endangerment, and taken to the Mendocino County Jail in Ukiah.
Arthur Carpenter, 22, was watching his 28-day-old son at his Roseland neighborhood home while the child's mother was at school on the morning of Oct. 31, Assistant State's Attorney Maura White said. The mother left her home on East 117th Place about