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The Violence Prevention Forum includes many experienced and committed people, including officials from eleven government departments and agencies, respected universities and research institutions, development partners, international organisations, community-based practitioners and companies.
Opportunities
The VPF will be running their facilitation course across nine days in April, May and June. Applications close 21 February 2022. For more information, click here
About
The Violence Prevention Forum includes many experienced and committed people, including officials from eleven government departments and agencies, respected universities and research institutions, development partners, international organisations, community-based practitioners and companies.
 
 
The VPF will be running their facilitation course across nine days in April, May and June. Applications close 21 February 2022. For more information, click here
Find out more about the
challenge of violence in
South Africa
Core values of the Violence Prevention Forum
Core values of the Violence Prevention Forum
Partners and supporters
More than 150 people representing more than 50 organisations have participated in the Violence Prevention Forum to date. Our members and collaborators include government departments, universities, non-government organisations and development partners.
See the institutions who have participated in the Violence Prevention Forum to date.
How the VPF works
Since 2015 the Violence Prevention Forum has encouraged and enabled collaboration between policymakers, researchers, community-based organisations, development partners, international organisations and, more recently, the private sector.
How the VPF works
Latest news
On 20 and 21 September, a multisectoral group representing the research community, NGOs, government departments and development partners came to a shared definition of violence prevention. Read it here.
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