Who We Are Developed From Our Research
The Institute (NISV) is an organization whose primary goal is to prevent violence against women. Our secondary goal is to focus attention on the violence experienced by women in America. We believe this objective can be reached through research and the collection and the dissemination of information throughout the country. We publish a newsletter, a magazine, and conduct seminars on issues of violence. Our seminars are designed to include all segments of the society.
The National Institute of the Study of Violence’s main focus is prevention. We feel that our work is important, and will make a difference in the community. Our secondary goal is to focus attention on the violence experienced by women in America. Everyone is an interested party in the cause we are fighting. The prevention of violence directly affects the stability of families and the productivity of the nation. There are very few companies in America that can say none of their employees have ever been murdered.
The National Institute of the Study of Violence' main focus is prevention. We feel that our work is important, and will make a difference in the community. Everyone is an interested party in the cause we are fighting. The prevention of violence directly affects the stability of families and the productivity of the nation. There are very few companies in America that can say none of their employees have ever been murdered.The Institute (NISV) is an organization dedicated to the prevention of violence against women and children through community outreach programs, discussion groups, and the rehabilitation of prisoners. We seek to reduce adultery and fornication and to return the man to the home where he will want to function as husband and father thereby creating a stronger family unit. Research has shown over 45% of the males in prison were raised in a home without a father. The Institute has developed six goals that we believe will significantly reduce the number of women being murdered in this country each year. The goals are:
To get men to consider changing their lives by changing the way they think and to live their lives with standards and integrity and to consider the benefits of marriage.
To stop the number of women between the ages of 40 - 50 from being the fastest growing number of new Aids victims in the country: Loneliness and lack of companionship is causing this phenomenon.
To reduce the number of children born in one-parent families by decreasing fornication and increasing the number of marriages in the country: The more marriages we have the fewer children will be in foster
care. Many children in our foster care system and fatherless homes become inmates in our prisons because they do not have a male present in the home functioning as a father. The absence of true fathers in the home has devastated our nation. Fathers are the stabilizing element of a family when in turmoil. A father is the solidifying force that children go to for resolution or resolve (finality).
To reduce the number of people committing adultery: Adultery destabilizes the family and brings violence into the home. To stop non-related males from living in home with children: Many of these males are transients with no goals or purpose to their lives and some are drug users that end up violating children in their beds. Children are being stabbed, bitten, raped, kicked, scalded, strangled and murdered in their homes. This has to stop. These men do not belong in a home with children. They have lived in violent situations and they bring violence into the home. They have no patience or training to be caregivers.
To advocate for social change through community outreach programs such as the Women's Art Exhibit: The full exhibit consists of 100 drawings and photographs depicting the murder of women and children around the country. The drawings do not exploit nor sensationalize their deaths. The drawings were done with integrity and tastefulness. The exhibit is designed to prevent violence against women by giving women extensive information that may save their lives.
The above goals are the results of the research in to the murders of 20,000 American women, the largest such study done to date. The research is entitled Do This In Remembrance of Me. We believe after reading such information many woman and men will join us in creating ways and means to rid our country of violence.
Our premise is anyone can be a victim and unless you want tragedy to visit you then you must stand up and make an accounting of your life. You must stand for righteousness and accountability. You must stand for integrity and honor. You must stand for yourself and your fellow man and you must stand for right and not wrong. As citizens of this country we have an obligation to one another and that obligation extends beyond the grave. So by our actions we must speak for the victims by changing. We welcome your support in our reaching our goal.
Our primary goal is to prevent violence against women and children. The National Institute of the Study of Violence’s main focus will always be prevention. We are dedicated to this goal. We will use any legal tool available to us to accomplish this goal. Our secondary goal is to disseminate information throughout the country regarding the genesis of violence that will precipitate changes in the behavior of men and women. It is the Institute's belief that since violence against women and children originates in the hearts and minds of men and women the battle we must fight must be one to win the hearts and mind of men and women causing them to change. If violent acts are to decline there must be much discussion on integrity and morality. Moral conduct must become the norm rather than the exception. There must be a general consensus that the only way to rid our country of violence is for people to change. A change involving everyone.
It is the Institute's policy to be forthright in discussing the violence experienced by women and children in this country. We believe that the only way this country can rid itself of violence in the street and violence in the home is for people, especially women, to know the exact nature of the violence occurring around them. Any thing less than pure candor would be an insult to the 252,287 women who were murdered in this country between1930 to 2003 purely because they were women.
We are committed rehabilitating prisoners and to reducing adultery and fornication and to return the man to the home where he will want to function as husband and father thereby creating a stronger family unit. We welcome you support in our reaching this goal.
Propagating The Message:
We ask you to join us in our mission of eliminating violence in the street and in the home by duplicating our e-books and giving it to others.
FREE E- BOOKS
The Body of A Woman Was Found
What You Need To Know
What You Can Do
The Price of Violence
What NISV Believes