LaMarsh Research Program on Violence and Conflict Resolution

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LaMarsh Research Program on Violence and Conflict Resolution

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1980-

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The LaMarsh Research Program on Violence and Conflict Resolution was established at York University in 1980 with the assistance of the Ontario Government. The Programme is dedicated to encouraging research which explores the themes of violence and conflict resolution in Canadian society. The Program has an administrative staff and cross-appointed York faculty serve as core members of the Program. Faculty and external experts are engaged to conduct original research in these two areas, and the Program acts as a sponsor of research, conferences and seminars and is an active
publisher of the research results of those it sponsors. The Program developed a strong interest in family violence in the 1980s.

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2019/06/11 J. Grant. Creation.

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