Anti-bullying program – Saturday, March 8

February 28, 2014

NC-ACE for Youth Violence Prevention is a proud sponsor of anti-bullying program, which applies the work of Peter Fonagy on “mentalization” to help prevent bullying in schools. 2014 Annual Educational Event, Peaceful Schools: Changing the Way We Think About Bullying … Continued

Upcoming talk by Dr. Dan Flannery

December 2, 2013

Upcoming talk by Daniel Flannery,  Ph.D. Professor and Director of the Begun Center for Violence Prevention research and Education, Case Western Reserve University Community-based partnerships for effective youth violence prevention Monday, February 17 , 2013, 12-2 pm (sign-in and reception at … Continued

In violent Robeson County, leaders seek hope through children

September 26, 2013

Published: September 14, 2013 By Thomasi McDonald —tmcdonald@newsobserver.com LUMBERTON — Once again, the most dangerous place in North Carolina is a rural county with a long history of violence. Robeson County, where Interstate 95 crosses the state line into South Carolina, had … Continued

Allies of LGTBQ Youth

September 25, 2013

Overview and Evaluation of “How to be an ALLY for LGTBQ Youth” WED, OCT 16, 2013 UNC School of Social Work When: Wednesday, October 16, 2013, 11:00am-12:30pm, with catered reception to follow  Where: Tate-Turner-Kuralt Auditorium, UNC School of Social Work, 325 Pittsboro … Continued

Focus on Children Robeson Town Hall Meeting

August 2, 2013

 “State of the Child: Robeson County” COMMUNITY LEADERS TO EXAMINE ISSUES FACING ROBESON COUNTY CHILDREN Wednesday, August 7, 9:00 am-3:00 pm   WHERE:  UC Annex, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 1 University Drive, Pembroke NC 28372 WHEN: Wednesday, August 7, 2013 … Continued

NC-ACE Teen Courts airs documentary “Bully”

August 1, 2013

Teen Court of Robeson County screened the acclaimed documentary “Bully.” The 2011 documentary was directed by Lee Hirsch, who was himself the victim of bullying as a child growing up in Long Island, N.Y. He created the Bully Project to … Continued