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NIJ FY 13 Research and Evaluation on Children Exposed to Violence

Opportunity ID
NIJ-2013-3469
Solicitation Status
Closed
Fiscal Year
2013
Closing Date
Posting Date
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Description
NIJ seeks proposals for multidisciplinary research and evaluation related to childhood exposure to violence. In particular, NIJ seeks proposals to address polyvictimization, Internet harassment/electronic aggression (e.g, bullying through Facebook, harassing e-mails), resilience, or justice system responses to children identified as being exposed to violence. For the purposes of this solicitation, Children Exposed to Violence (CEV) encompasses a broad area that includes children as both direct victims and as bystanders or observers of various forms of violence in the home, school, or community (including, but not limited to, peer victimization/bullying/harassment, child maltreatment, domestic violence, and community violence). This solicitation may be used to address other types of violence to which children are exposed, with the exception of media violence (e.g., television and movie violence, music advocating aggression, and violent video games).

Awards

Number of Awards: 5
Total Amount Awarded: $1,983,794

Date Created: March 4, 2013