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Operates in Africa

Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation

  • Services offered
  • Awareness Campaigns
  • Lobbying and Policy Development
  • Training
  • Trauma Services
  • Target demographic
  • Survivors of Torture and Trauma
  • Emergency assistance

Guidelines of assistance

Services are offered to individuals, families, and groups. Capacity building is provided to other service providers. CSVR often works informally to assist organizations outside its purview.

Description

The South Africa-based Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation works to prevent violence in all its forms. Clinical intervention can be provided to victims of violence and conflict in South Africa who are willing to engage in the counseling process. CSVR also publishes reports on violence in South Africa.

Last updated Oct 06, 2017
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