Resources and Information for Parents and Caregivers

Adolf Hitler: How Could a Monster Succeed in Blinding a Nation? by Alice Miller, Ph.D.

Aggression and Delinquency by Dr. Philip Greven

Aggressive Behaviour Outcomes for Young Children: Change in Parenting Environment Predicts Change in Behaviour by Eleanor M. Thomas

Battered Mothers’ Testimony Project: Human Rights Approach to Child Custody and Domestic Violence by the Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Biting, Pushing, Pulling Hair — Helping Children with Aggression by Patty Wipfler

Breaking the Devastating Link Between International Terrorism and Intimate Violence by Riane Eisler

Domestic Violence and Communities of Faith: An Information Packet produced by North Carolina Council for Women and Domestic Violence Commission

Ending Legalized Violence Against Children Global Report 2006, published by The Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children

Every Girl Counts: Development, Justice and Gender a World Vision Girl Child Report

Fathers are Primary Parents! by Patty Wipfler

Fiction and Fact -- Corporal Punishment in Schools (brochure) by Jordan Riak

From Coercive to Strength-Based Intervention: Responding to the Needs of Children in Pain by Larry K. Brendtro

Genital Cutting Shows Signs of Losing Favor in Africa in the NY Times

The Impact of Armed Conflict on Children: A critical review of progress made and obstacles encountered in
increasing protection for war-affected children
by Graça Machel

The Influence of Corporal Punishment on Crime by Adah Maurer, Ph.D. and James S. Wallerstein

Let’s Just Play by Janet Schmidt

Little Book of Peace produced by Amherst H. Wilder Foundation

Making the Peace: An Approach to Preventing Relationship Violence Among Youth by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence

Media Violence and Children 2003-04 produced by Teachers Resisting Unhealthy Children's Entertainment (TRUCE)

Mobilizing the Hip-Hop Generation by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell

The Nonviolent Christian Parent: Raising Children with Love, Limits and Wisdom By Teresa Whitehurst, Ph.D., Debbie Haskins and Al Crowell, MFT, 2004

Nonviolent Partnership Parenting and Teaching: Leaving Behind the Old Control Model by Thomas Gordon, Ph.D.

Off Balance: Youth, Race & Crime in the News by Lori Dorfman

Parenting Amid Threats of War by Patty Wipfler

Plain Talk Against Spanking by Jordon Riak

Hablemos Francamente Sobre el Castigo Físico de los Niños Spanish Translation of Plain Talk Against Spanking. Published by Parents and Teachers Against Violence in Education

Power of Partnership Study Guide and Chapter Excerpts by Riane Eisler

Poverty and Exclusion Among Urban Children produced by UNICEF

A Proclamation for Changing the Lives of Children reproduced by the Alliance for the Transformation of Children

Progress for Children 2004: A Child Survival Report Card published by UNICEF - also in Arabic, French and Spanish

Progress for Children 2005: A Report Card on Gender Parity and Primary Education published by UNICEF- also in French and Spanish

Quantifying the Benefits of Breastfeeding: A Summary of the Evidence published by the Pan American Health Organization

Safety Planning: Guidelines for Clergy Helping Battered Women adapted by Virginian's Against Domestic Violence

Slapping and spanking in childhood and its association with lifetime prevalence of psychiatric disorders in a general population sample by Harriet L. MacMillan, Michael H. Boyle, Maria Y.-Y. Wong, Eric K. Duku, Jan E. Fleming, and Christine A. Walsh

The State of the World’s Children 2004 published by UNICEF

The State of the World's Children 2005: Childhood Under Threat published by UNICEF

The State of the World's Mothers 2003: Protecting Women and Children in War and Conflict published by Save the Children

The State of the World's Mothers 2004: Children Having Children published by Save the Children

State of the World's Mothers 2005: The Power and Promise of Girls' Education published by Save the Children

Stories of Meaningful Student Involvement by Adam Fletcher

Talk with Your Kids About Violence from the National Campaign to Support Parents by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Children

Ten Things Men Can Do to Stop Gender Violence by Jackson Katz

Unspoken Crimes: Sexual Assault in Rural America by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center

What Communities of Faith Can Do To Make a Difference from the Toolkit to End Violence Against Women

Women and Religions: Advancing Gender Equity in a Globalized World the Chiang Mai Declaration (2004)

World Report on Violence and Health - WHO

Working with Young Men Who Batter: Current Strategies and New Directions by Dean Peacock and Emily Rothman

Youth and the State of the World published by Advocates for Youth