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What does BTCV stand for?
BTCV stands for Breaking the Cycle of Violence (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to the president and chair of the White House Council on Women and Girls, spoke about protecting children and breaking the cycle of violence, improved legal protections for victims of domestic violence, and helping victims regain housing and financial independence.
That future depends on breaking the cycle of violence and ending the sectarian divisions that have reduced politics in Iraq to a zero-sum game in which winners take all.
Safeguarding children, building trust and breaking the cycle of violence is the goal.
The ecumenical issue will reach a combined audience of 200,000 women, and will include articles on breaking the cycle of violence, women working for peace, girls and bullying and raising peaceful children.
Breaking the cycle of violence in the world becomes harder as each year passes.
Although most Israelis and Palestinians would insist they want peace, the mutual distrust and hatred is so high, and the grievances so many, that neither side seems capable of breaking the cycle of violence.