YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Program in CA

by War Against Violence Corporation dba YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A.
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YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Program in CA
YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Program in CA
YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Program in CA

Project Report | Apr 17, 2023
"Youth Peace" Campaign - Update for California

By Douglas A. Wain | C.E.O./E.D.

“Youth Peace" Campaign - Update for California

“Homicide is a leading cause of death in kids, and rates are rising, study finds” (CNN, December 19, 2022)

The Campaign Advocates

To adults anywhere, we advocate for "Youth Peace” Policies with the United Nations and all 193 United Nations Member States. We also advocate for "Youth Peace" with local U.S. Municipalities, U.S. State Governments, and the U.S. Federal Government.

We have been successful in getting "Youth Peace" resolutions passed in the U.N. General Assembly and "Safe Schools" legislation passed in the U.S. Congress.

“YouthAlert! (YA!)’s advocacy on the prevention of conflict and violence, including your initiatives in the field of education, help to raise awareness among youth and motivate them to strive for the world we all aspire to. "We are grateful for the contribution your organization has made. " (Dept. of Global Communications, United Nations, NYC, 2023)

The Campaign Educates

To youth everywhere, we present our "Youth Peace" Program, a live, in-person school-based presentation for those twenty-six years of age or younger by a YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A. instructor. Age-appropriate programming. It's essential "Survive & Thrive" Skills Training for today's world. The Campaign is also a national Public Awareness effort.

We have instructed over 10,000 youth with a 97% favorable rating among instructors and students in U.S. public schools.

“I have observed YouthAlert! (YA!)’s presentations and concur with the teachers and students on their “two thumbs up” approval. The students appreciate the fast paced, media approach that respects them personally and accurately addresses the real life issues they confront daily” (Practical Living Specialist, Jefferson County Public Schools, Louisville, KY, 2018)

The Campaign Believes

All youth are “equal” in importance, meaning, value, and worth, without exception.

That it is youths No. 1 job to “survive” their youth.

It is all youth’s “destiny” to live a long and healthy life.

Violence, bullying, and abuse (VBA) are the “Head of the Snake.” It is the most prominent “root problem” for youth.

To truly “protect” and save “any youth,” we must protect and save “all youth.”

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A U.S. Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), 501 (c) (3) (EIN: 27-5333413) Non-Profit, Non-Partisan, Publicly Funded Charity in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

War Against Violence Corporation dba YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A.

P.O. Box 7473, Westlake Village, CA 91359 U.S.A.


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Organization Information

War Against Violence Corporation dba YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A.

Location: Westlake Village, CA - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @YouthAlertYA
Project Leader:
Douglas Alan Wain
Westlake Village , CA United States

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