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Social Violence


Step Back THINK

Founded in 2006 in Melbourne, Step Back Think attempts to end social violence by conducting research and educate to spread awareness about social violence and the consequences that a violent decision in a split second has. They also provide young people with social decision-making skills to avoid situations escalating to the point of violence. Since 2000 around 90 young people have lost their lives to one-hit punches, also called coward punches and many have sustained horrific injuries, and often permanent brain damage.

 

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