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From Athlone to Australia, Ballyhaunis to Brighton and Gorey to Greece, NVR practitioners from across Ireland and beyond joined the inaugural NVR Ireland Webinar on November 25th 2020 with more than 350 people in attendance and six presentations with Q & A. Below are links to download a summary of the Webinar and slides:

NVR Handbook for Practitioners Version 2

The second edition of the Non Violent Resistance Handbook for Practitioners: Responding to Child to Parent Violence in Practice by Declan Coogan & Eileen Lauster with support by the Daphne programme of the European Union and the National University of Ireland Galway and the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at NUI Galway was launched on the 28th of January 2015. A copy is available for download in the sidebar.

To cite use: Coogan, D & Lauster, E (2015) Non Violent Resistance Handbook for Practitioners- Responding to Child to Parent Violence in Practice. [Handbook] Galway, Ireland. RCPV Project/ UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI Galway. 2nd Edition.

Power2Change Ireland

Information on the Power2Change Programme by Michelle Moran, Karyn Cronin, Ewa Halat and Cyril Dully with support by the Daphne programme of the European Union and TUSLA North Galway Family Support Service and the Youth Work Ireland Galway Treo Nua Garda Youth Diversion Project was launched on the 28th of January 2015. A copy is available for download in the sidebar.


1 Comment

  1. Donna Barry says:

    It was a really great conference. Thank you so much for sharing these.

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