antiviolence

antiviolence

(ˌæntɪˈvaɪələns)
adj
(Social Welfare) opposed to or acting against violence in society
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clampdown on offensive chants they fear could spark trouble and the case will be passed on to the antiviolence committee.
Richie covers in some detail the erosion of this social justice focus, as the antiviolence movement began increasingly to rely on the state for financial support and on the police for the protection of victims.
To keep the momentum going, Arms Around Roseland started biweekly antiviolence walks around the community.
Similarly, there has been a lack of coverage on the funding cuts to Indigenous-specific programming, which has directly and indirectly supported antiviolence initiatives.
FOR TWO DECADES, FEMINIST SCHOLARS AND ANTIVIOLENCE ACTIVISTS, PARTICULARLY those who identify as women of color, have offered a robust critique of the ways in which anti-rape and domestic violence programs have colluded with repressive state forces in the pursuit of justice.
A spokesman added: "We have a long established antiviolence policy.
The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP.org) is a national coalition of 35 antiviolence organizations located across the country that work to end violence in all its forms against LGBTQ people.
Adams's goal is to open up a dialogue about the organizational health of antiviolence agencies.
A SUCCESSFUL antiviolence campaign at a Warwickshire town could be rolled out to other areas of the county.
Lakeman provides a thorough description of the current context for anti-violence work: federal cuts to women's centres and antiviolence organizations, their reshaping into social service providers under provincial jurisdiction, and the increasing decriminalization of violence against women with the use of restorative justice and diversion programs.
The mood shifts with dizzying abruptness, as the mellow flow of "No Surprise" gives way to the jittery pep talk "Shine Language," followed by the churchy textures of "Take Me Away" and the slinky antiviolence rap "A Serpent's Love." Mainstream hip hop could use some of their righteous chaos.