Are young people encouraged by their criminal brother or sister?
And, ‘how do I survive my criminal sibling?’ ‘The research did indeed reveal that brothers influence each other’s criminal behaviour and sisters likewise. However, this does not apply for mixed brother/sister pairs. There is also a difference between early and late adolescence. In early adolescence, mainly sisters appear to influence each other’s delinquent behaviour, whereas […]
Breaking the Cycle of Violence in Post-Conflict Settings: The Potential of Community-Based Socio-Therapy in Rwanda Results of research conducted by the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) and the Community Based Sociotherapy Programme (CBSP), funded by NWO-WOTRO, Applied Research Fund of the Security and Rule of Law Programme. In Rwanda, […]
30 January 2017 | Symposium Cycle of Violence in Post-Conflict Settings
Theory, Facts and Policy Responses Date: 30 January 2017 Time: 9.00 – 17.00 (including lunch) followed by drinks Location: NSCR (Colloquiumzaal) Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org before January 24 A cycle of violence model offers a framework for examining the impact of mass violence and its aftermath on family functioning, parenting and child development. It lays bare how violence transfers from one generation […]
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