WashU Expert on gun violence in schools and children’s rights (Links to an external site)
Following a recent school shooting in St. Louis, James Carr Professor of International Criminal Law and Institute Faculty Scholar, Leila Sadat, JD, discusses the human right to safety in school.
Institute’s LOV program featured in Washington Magazine (Links to an external site)
The Life Outside of Violence (LOV) Program, in its fourth year, is featured in Washington Magazine as offering “an individualized approach to solving one of the biggest problems of our time.”
Inaugural conference addresses community-based violence awareness and solutions
Members of the Life Outside of Violence team joined local, state and national violence prevention experts for a conference on community-based violence assessment and intervention.
Gun Violence & Human Rights: Part 2
The Gun Violence Initiative at the Institute for Public Health turned five in April 2020. This blog is related to the key themes of the initiative: What we know, what we need to know, and what to do about this critical issue. Joint Report on Gun Violence Makes an Impact on the UN Human Rights […]