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To: The Early Child Development Community within The Drum Beat network

From: Warren Feek

Re: Community Violence and Children

Hi and best wishes. The Bernard van Leer Foundation has just published "Community Violence and Young Children: Making Space for Hope - Early Childhood Matters No. 119"

You can access a summary here http://www.comminit.com/early-child/content/community-violence-and-young-children-making-space-hope-early-childhood-matters-no-119 There are links to the full publication.

This is obviously a vitally important issue. Please do share your critical review of this publication and your insights into effective action on community violence and children.

In your, view what works in your context?

What strategic lessons have been learned for effective action?

What research guides your work on this issue if it is a priority for you.

To contribute and share your insights and knowledge simply reply by email to this message and/or click the Read More link below, log in and comment)

We very much look forward to you sharing your insights based on your valuable experience in support of everyone's work in this field.

Thanks - Warren

Warren Feek

Executive Director

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