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How can we create sustainable approaches for youth development?

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This is just sample copy. The workshop included police and both government and non-governmental leaders, and we asked a magistrate and a police officer to talk about what they could and couldn’t legally do when handling domestic violence cases.

After about two hours of listening, several of the participants became emotional. They were realizing that for many years, the advice they’d been giving to victims was wrong.

This is just sample copy. The workshop included police and both government and non-governmental leaders, and we asked a magistrate and a police officer to talk about what they could and couldn’t legally do when handling domestic violence cases.

After about two hours of listening, several of the participants became emotional. They were realizing that for many years, the advice they’d been giving to victims was wrong.

This is just sample copy. The workshop included police and both government and non-governmental leaders, and we asked a magistrate and a police officer to talk about what they could and couldn’t legally do when handling domestic violence cases.

After about two hours of listening, several of the participants became emotional. They were realizing that for many years, the advice they’d been giving to victims was wrong.

This is just sample copy. The workshop included police and both government and non-governmental leaders, and we asked a magistrate and a police officer to talk about what they could and couldn’t legally do when handling domestic violence cases.

After about two hours of listening, several of the participants became emotional. They were realizing that for many years, the advice they’d been giving to victims was wrong.