Leave Out Violence (LOVE) is an award winning, not-for-profit, grass roots youth organization that is an effective means of social change, providing hope, motivation and opportunity to thousands of young people.
LOVE’s multi-media programs in Photography, Video, Radio Broadcasting and Journalism teach youth how to create concrete solutions to end violence. These young people then graduate into Leadership Training where they develop the skills, confidence and passion to become part of LOVE’s community violence prevention team where they share their messages of non-violence in schools and in their communities and with their peers.
LOVE is creating a youth led movement against violence by teaching credible youth how to use their voices and become champions against violence. Since LOVE began in 1993, these young leaders have reached hundreds of thousands of children, youth and adults reducing violence in schools, neighbourhoods and homes.
LOVE is ending violence — one youth, one school, one neighbourhood at a time.
The contents of LOVE.Wired are produced by youth in LOVE (Leave Out Violence) an organization that helps youth who are challenged by violence to reject it, and to use their voices to become leaders of nonviolence.