Building vibrant and tolerant democracies
The Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and the Open Society Foundations Crime and Violence Prevention Initiative (OSF CVPI) cordially invite you to attend the launch of a groundbreaking research report on crime and violence in Mozambique. The report seeks to provide a broad overview of the crime and violence situation in the country. It further attempts to highlight innovative prevention initiatives in a variety of sectors and is intended to inform the debate on violence prevention and safety promotion in Mozambique.
About the CVPI. The Crime and Violence prevention Initiative (CVPI), a programme of the Open Society Foundations, is premised on the view that the criminal justice system alone cannot curb violence. Addressing crime and violence requires an integrated, long-term approach that addresses the root causes and drivers of crime, in addition to law enforcement and criminal justice sanctions. Through grant making and programmatic work, the Initiative seeks to raise the local and international profile of the prevention agenda, catalyze innovation and local government partnership with civil society, increase awareness of good practices, and otherwise mobilize support and resources for appropriate public policy development and implementation at the local level.ShareThis