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Ending violence against LGBT+ people: emerging insights on what works

Violence is an everyday reality for many LGBT+ people around the world, threatening their lives and wellbeing. More needs to be done, at every level of society, to help ensure LGBT+ people are safe. Join the What Works 2 team for the launch of a ground-breaking new report with emerging insights on how to prevent […]


Extreme Risk Protection Orders: Equity Considerations for Design and Implementation

The Joyce Foundation is holding a virtual session. Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPO) policies allow a court to temporarily remove firearms from an individual who may be at risk of danger to themselves or others. As the use of ERPOs has increased in recent years, researchers and policy makers alike have begun to consider questions […]


How Do We Measure Security, Violence, and Access to Justice from the Victims’ Perspective?

Join the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ Victimization Statistics Unit Chief, Heather Brotsos, and other international experts as they discuss “How Do We Measure Security, Violence, And Access to Justice from the Victims’ Perspective” on Friday, December 2nd at 11:00 a.m. ET. This webinar is hosted by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) […]