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You are invited to Kidpower’s Child Protection Advocates Institute in North Carolina, October 5-7!

Register Now! Calling all adults who work with kids: We’d love to have you join us in North Carolina for three days of Kidpower Skills for Child Protection Advocates training with Irene van der Zande and our Kidpower North Carolina Center Co-directors, Dr. Amy Tiemann and Maryjane Hayes. This training is designed to be accessible for participants […]


#Day1 Campaign to Stop Bullying, Harassment, and Prejudice Before It Starts

The Tyler Clementi Foundation’s #Day1 Campaign encourages leaders of schools, organizations, businesses, and other groups to state clearly on the first day that cruel behavior for any reason is not acceptable and what to do if it happens.


An Invitation to Kidpower’s Skills for Child Protection Advocates 3-Day Training Institute

We are honored by the many positive responses to our Skills for Child Protection Advocates Training Institute and excited to let you know that we are offering three sessions of our 3-Day Institute over the summer and fall of 2015 – in three locations: California, North Carolina and Montreal!


Stopping “If ONLY” stories through powerful action: In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month this April

Awareness, action, and skills can keep our precious children and teens safe from most abuse, most bullying, and most other violence, most of the time. Please help us honor April as Child Abuse Prevention Month by taking these actions.


Want to learn how to teach ‘People Safety” skills to teens and adults of all abilities? Apply NOW for Fullpower Core Program Training

After an exceptional Kidpower instructor training program in January, we are now accepting applications for our biennial Fullpower Core Program Training: How to Use the Positive Practice Method to Teach ‘People Safety’ to Teens and Adults April 23-28, 2015 This program is primarily for people who want to become certified as Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International […]


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