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  • European Society of Criminology (7 June, 2017): Professor Manuel Eisner, Director and Founder of the Violence Research Centre, has been awarded the European Criminology Award for 2017. 

Effects of Teacher–Student Relationships on Adolescent  Behavior

Disclosure of Conflict of Interest for Psychosocial Interventions

Historical Trends in Violence

Global Violence Reduction

School Bullying

Honour Killings

WHO and University of Cambridge Global Violence Reduction Conference 2014

The Violence Research Centre (VRC) conducts research to promote the understanding of the causes, the consequences, and the prevention of interpersonal violence. The VRC takes a strong interest in advancing quantitative methodologies for the study of violence and conducts longitudinal studies, experimental studies, programme evaluations, epidemiological surveys, and cross-national comparative studies. The research is done in close cooperation with leading experts from academia, policy-making institutions and civil society organizations.

Violence Prevention News