Elizabeth Araujo

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Feb 18, 2008 / 0 Comments / in

An encounter between inmates and officials to transform the prison space through a co-management model.

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My program introduces a new concept of social reintegration, development and public security. By practicing sports, marginalized infants and youths conceive the essence of the importance and need of spiritual, psychological, and physical development in a collective and individual manner and prevented future crime in the community.

Feb 14, 2008 / 0 Comments / in

The Super Power Project is a youth-driven multi-media project to create and distribute messages to prevent gendered violence.

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Breaking social divisions through economic empowerment – helping the poorest to compete equally.

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The Violence Intervention Project is based on a youth engagement model which provides youth with the opportunity and capacity to effect positive change in their communities, and is based on a best practice approach that incorporates skill development and experiential learning.

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Battered Husbands Support provides direct peer support to men who are victims and/or survivors of battering by their female partners.

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To bring meaning into the lives of street children through Animation of Sustainable need based services that empowers them to be self reliant & productive citizens of our society.

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Mobilize networks of local NGOs and government to advocate for policies to reduce the vulnerability of low income, young men of African-descent in Rio de Janeiro.

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Empowering children and young adults with an experience of participatory democracy to mould the ‘new citizens’ who can protect and nurture democracy.

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The Themba HIV & AIDS Organisation is a non-profit organisation that uses interactive theatre and action-based training to influence behaviour change, enable dialogue about HIV and related issues, and promote healthy relationships, gender equality, safer sex and non-violence.

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