ANTI-VIOLENCE DAY Project
 
 
We are pleased to announce that the International Health &   Epidemiology Research Center is planning to carry out the ANTI-VIOLENCE DAY Project, again, for the:

Iranian Community, on April 5, 1998, in 3 parks. This is the fourth annual Anti-Violence Day event for this community.  This date is the biggest festival in the Iranian culture.  Last year, over 35,000 people participated at the William Mason Park in Irvine. 

Where:
    1- William Mason Park, Irvine, CA
    Address: 18712 University Dr. ( intersection of University & Culver).

    2- Chatsworth Park South, Chatsworth, CA 
    Address: 22360  Devonshire street, (end of Devonshire).

   3- Vesscena Park, San Jose, CA

When: 
   Sunday, April 5, 1998,  1:00 PM- 3:00 PM 
 

WHAT IS ANTI-VIOLENCE DAY? 
 
Anti-Violence Day is a violence prevention intervention project.  On a designated day, children are asked to turn in their toy guns for a certificate and a reward.  This will be done through education and raising awareness among children and parents about the hazards of guns and of toy guns.  The collected weapons then will be used by the children themselves, to create work of art. (This is not a toy gun exchange, it is:  Say No to Toy Guns/Toy Weapons & is aiming to prevent violence).
 
For more information please contact:

Dr. Farideh Kioumehr ( Dadsetan )
International Health & Epidemiology Research Center 
Voice: (818) 788-2662 
FAX:   (818) 784-7246

Also visit Anti-Violence Campaign site at : http://www.IROL.COM/AVC/

 

 
         
 
 
 
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