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Funding to Prevent Violence

Introduction: Congress passed the final legislation for the 117th Congress right before Christmas and as part of large Omnibus Appropriations bill. The bill funds our government through Fiscal Year 2023, which ends September 2023 and also includes additional legislation. Futures Without Violence spent the last several months pushing hard for our priorities – evidence driven …

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Biden/Harris Budget Proposal Makes Unprecedented Commitment to Violence Prevention

3-22-23 | Kiersten Stewart, Director of Public Policy and Advocacy  In its budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2024, the Biden/Harris administration shared its vision and priorities for the nation. Consistent with President Biden’s longstanding commitment to preventing domestic and sexual violence and helping survivors heal, the budget would make major investments in programs that prevent …

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FY25 Funding Requests

Women and girls are chronically undervalued members of society who face abuses and violations of their human rights in staggeringly high numbers, but who deserve the same economic, social and political opportunities as others in their communities. Promoting gender equality is a matter of justice and equity, but U.S. investments in women’s and girls’ rights …

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