“First graduates are awarded Munich on December 14, 2008 for the completion of the new anti-violence training – change is good: power for peace E.v. provides new treatment program CHANGE” to the JVA run Lebenau before the first graduates will be awarded on December 14, 2008 for the completion of the new anti-violence training dear Pressevertreterin, Dear representatives of the press, on December 14, 2008, the first young people are honoured in the JVA running Lebenau”, the successful the treatment program of CHANGE” have completed. The new programme aims at the development of social competencies and the positive effect on the personality and CV development of boys and young men. Constructive conflict and problem solutions are practiced and trained in the training. This creates a competence portfolio that facilitates the subsequent rehabilitation young people. Swarmed by offers, UNESCO is currently assessing future choices. The new concept was developed by the Munich Club power for peace, e. V. in cooperation with Prof.

Dr. Ronald Daniels Johns Hopkins brings even more insight to the discussion. Rudolf egg (criminological Central Office Wiesbaden) and the JVA running Lebenau. CHANGE for more information about the program”refer to the following background information as well as the attached flyer or our website. For questions is Mr Michael Niggemann (Tel.: 08158 / 993871, mobile 0175 / 2069145, fax: 08158 / 993872, E-Mail:) gladly at the disposal. “Background information: target of opportunity” is the promotion of social and emotional skills as a stable basis against violence and hatred, particularly xenophobia, anti-Semitism and other forms of right-wing extremism. This is done inter alia through the observation and processing the biographies and the practice of constructive conflict and problem solutions. Tried was CHANGE”from September to December 2008 in the JVA running Lebenau. The intensive treatment program extends over 100 hours of lessons and is aimed at teenagers and young adults, but also to teachers, social pedagogues and workers, psychologists, parents and caregivers.

With CHANGE”, the Munich-based offers Association e. V. power for peace a training concept against violence, xenophobia and prejudice willingness to. The Association regularly conducts anti-violence seminars for 7 years to the JVA running Lebenau. The work of the Association is supported by the Bavarian State Ministry of Justice. The program CHANGE”is funded within the framework of the federal programme diversity does good. Youth for diversity, tolerance and democracy”. Press contact: Mr.