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The Violence Prevention Forum is a collaboration between government, civil society, researchers, international organisations, development partners and the private sector. We are committed to building a society free of violence.
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The Violence Prevention Forum and its networks offer a number of funding, training and event opportunities. Find out more here.
About
The Violence Prevention Forum is a collaboration between government, civil society, researchers, international organisations, development partners and the private sector. We are committed to building a society free of violence.
 
 
The Violence Prevention Forum and its networks offer a number of funding, training and event opportunities.

Find out more here.
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challenge of violence in
South Africa
Core values of the Violence Prevention Forum
Core values of the Violence Prevention Forum
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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.
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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.
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VPF Driver Group member Chandré Gould and economist Conrad Barberton have co-authored an ISS Today arguing that improperly planned and managed budget cuts will likely affect those least able to protest: children, women and the rural poor
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