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  Children & Violence, March, 1998, Issue Number One
Published by: National Children's Bureau Enterprises
National Children's Bureau,
8 Wakley Street, London EC1V 7QE

Healthy Relationships: Violence-Prevention Curriculum

One of the most popular violence prevention materials used in Ottawa schools is the Healthy Relationships Violence Prevention Curriculum which deals with the roots of violence, rather than the symptoms. It aims to teach students the prosocial skills necessary to create lasting relationships. The Healthy Relationships curriculum is designed for teachers and others who work with youth. It is currently being used across North America in schools, juvenile offender institutions, health centres and community-based youth projects.

The Healthy Relationships curriculum comes from Men For Change, formed in 1989 in response to the horrific multiple murder of 14 female engineering students in Quebec. The programme consists of over fifty activities, pupil handouts and a comprehensive print and video resource list. The programme is organised into three volumes: dealing with aggression; gender equality and media awareness; building healthy relationships. An extensive website provides further information about the programme. URL: http://m4c.ns.ca


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How to purchase Healthy Relationships Curriculum

You can reach the developers and publishers of Healthy Relationships Curriculum through any of the following means:
Phone: (902) 457-4351
Fax: (902) 457-4597
E-mail: hrc@m4c.ns.ca

We look forward to hearing from you.



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