Save Our Streets

Save Our Streets (S.O.S.) is a community-based effort to end gun violence in our neighborhood. The Save Our Streets staff is comprised of full-time Program Managers and Outreach Workers and part-time Violence Interrupters. The outreach staff all have first-hand knowledge of street life and gang life and live in or near the program target area.

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Stop Trafficking of People

STOP is an outgrowth of a United Nations anti-trafficking unit that went by the same acronym (Special Trafficking Operations Program). The experiences in Bosnia and Liberia led to the realization that sex trafficking across borders is a global problem, and that rescuing victims is not enough as local authorities frequently treat many of those rescued, as criminals or immigration law breakers.

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Safe and Sound Schools

We are Safe and Sound. Sandy Hook parents, educators, and community members—all inspired by our children and educators who perished on December 14, 2012.

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Shepherds

Shepherds is a non-profit organization serving the needs of Connecticut’s inner-city high school students who might otherwise fall between the cracks in the public school system. By providing financial support for a college preparatory education at a non-public high school, an adult Mentor, and teaching academic and life skills, Shepherds empowers young people to build a stronger foundation for future success.

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Institute for Economics & Peace

The Institute for Economics and Peace is the world’s leading think tank dedicated to developing metrics to analyse peace and to quantify its economic value.

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Global Peace Film Festival

The GPFF presents films from around the world and global discussions that highlight the power of this extraordinary medium as it relates to new peace issues.

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CERESAV

The Center for Rehabilitation of Survivors of Acid and Burns Violence (CERESAV) is a non-governmental organization established in 2012 to address acid violence in Uganda.

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We Are Safe

Our mission is to educate and empower children and adults, reduce stigma, and prevent child sexual abuse (CSA) through a holistic approach of education and action.

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Search for Common Ground

End violent conflict. It’s our purpose — our call to action. Instead of tearing down an existing world, we focus on constructing a new one. We do this through a type of peacebuilding called conflict transformation.

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The New York Center for Children

Founded in 1995 as the Child Advocacy Center of Manhattan, the New York Center for Children (NYCC) is a child-friendly Center, providing free, comprehensive evaluation and therapy services to victims of child abuse and their families.

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Kind Campaign

Kind Campaign is an internationally recognized movement, documentary and school program based upon the powerful belief in KINDness that brings awareness and healing to the negative and lasting effects of girl-against-girl “crime.”

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Coast Women in Development

To identify and reinforce women’s role in education, leadership development and governance.

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Coalition of Immokalee Workers

The Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) is a worker-based human rights organization internationally recognized for its achievements in the fields of corporate social responsibility, community organizing, and sustainable food.

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Centre For Women In Governance

CEWIGO works to mobilize and develop a critical mass of women with the capacity to spearhead development.

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Center for Peace Education at Miriam College, the Philippines

Miriam College, in partnership with families and the community provides quality and relevant Christian education that prepares students to become effective leaders, lifelong learners, and productive citizens.

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Canadian Voice of Women for Peace (VOW)

To provide a means for women to exercise responsibility for the promotion of world peace and justice, through education of themselves and others to take an equal part in the democratic process of decision making; and to cooperate with women throughout the world to create the mutual respect and understanding necessary for the peaceful resolution of international conflict.

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