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Family Violence Prevention - Dr. Philip Smith

IslandMorning2013.jpgThe Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention was first formed to bring together different groups to work towards a common goal. That group operated through a couple of mandates and was nationally recognized for its work. UPEI professor Dr. Philip Smith is the chair and he joined us in the studio to talk about the committee's current work, its efforts to engage young people and to help communication with 25 different community groups and levels of government on the issue.

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