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Before resorting into a blind bloodshed, he strategized breaking the cycle of violence and educating the Filipino people to outsmart their way to freedom.
Haydee started to find her voice and shape her destiny, breaking the cycle of violence for her and future generations of women.
In recent years, against great odds, South Sudan has made great progress toward breaking the cycle of violence that characterized much of its history, he added.
On Tuesday, Willis Edward Marcus from United Kingdom will speak on breaking the cycle of violence by using sports to combat youth crimes, while Bernadette King Turner from New Zealand will talk on the influence of positive parenting during early childhood.
And we know that breaking the cycle of violence is worth it.
"Transitional justice is vital to fostering reconciliation, breaking the cycle of violence and creating a sustainable peace," he said.
Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY), an award winning organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of violence, crime and incarceration of teens, ages 12 -18 in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.
Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to the president and chair of the White House Council on Women and Girls, spoke about protecting children and breaking the cycle of violence, improved legal protections for victims of domestic violence, and helping victims regain housing and financial independence.
The report, titled Laureus - Breaking the Cycle of Violence, calls on all politicians, professional sports clubs and community sports facilities to recognise and invest in sport as a way of tackling youth crime and gang violence.
Other sections look at the need for a separate system of justice for children, alternatives to mass incarceration, breaking the cycle of violence, and links between social justice and criminal justice.