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World Congress on Family Violence
February 3, 2003

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WORLD CONGRESS ON FAMILY VIOLENCE

The World Congress on Family Violence will take place on June 21 - 26, 2003 at the Prague Congress Center in Prague, Czech Republic. This congress is convened to advance best practices in protection, prevention and treatment of the physical, mental, emotional, sexual, social, legal and economic effects caused by family violence on children and on women and men at every stage of life. In addition to promoting an exchange on intervention programs, prevention approaches and research in family violence, the WCFV will also invite discussion by interested delegates on emerging issues - aging populations, trafficking in women and children, AIDS as aggression, aging and poverty in the context of social protection, elder care, institutionalization of children by the family, and women gaining education and economic opportunity in especially abusive family circumstances.

While the working language at the WCFV is English, simultaneous translation will be provided in plenary sessions and other selected concurrent sessions and specialized pre-Congress training venues as financial resources are made available for this purpose.
For more details about this congress, go to www.WCFV.org.



To learn about other conferences for early childhood educators, go to the "Conference Calendar" at www.ChildCareExchange.com.

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