New book, now in Spanish!
Comment for the Latin America Monitor
September 14, 2016
Latin America Monitor a publication of the Inter-American Dialogue. Development Services Group where I currently work uses the logo “science4people”. Hopefully, these new initiatives in Central America will be grounded in evidence and responsive to the needs of the respective communities. As we know, through the evidence we have, violence tends to be sticky, […]
Why the Devil Wears Fake Prada !
August 30, 2016
Why we need a #Global Commission on #Violence Prevention
July 6, 2016
Why we need a Global Commission on Violence Prevention “Violence is not inevitable. Prevention measures work.” These were my takeaways from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s two and a half day Fifth National Summit on Preventing Youth Violence in Baltimore Maryland. The sessions sponsored by the White House were full of Cabinet-level […]
Venezuelan president is to blame for humanitarian crisis, OAS chief says | World news | The Guardian
June 24, 2016
My new gig at #Development Services Group (DSG)
June 15, 2016
Delighted to join this first class organization which has over 30 years of excellence in building institutional and social resilience at the federal, state, community, and individual level by translating scientific results and evidence into policy and practice. DSG, a small, woman-owned business, has more than 75 employees and over 350 consultants worldwide. Their track record […]