With the increase of children’s programming on services like Netflix and Disney+, EDC’s Shelley Pasnik is interviewed about children’s consumption of streaming content.
Suicide is not only an issue affecting veterans, writes EDC’s Jerry Reed in an opinion piece. Reed discusses the scope of suicide in the United States and calls for a national effort to end suicide for veterans and non-veterans alike.
EDC experts share interventions that help children confront and manage adversity.
Around the world, women are leading efforts to make life better for themselves, their families, and their communities.
“We’re entering a world where the human factor and the tech factor are much more convergent,” says Joyce Malyn-Smith.
Reducing access to firearms, medications can save lives.
A new case management system in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is providing a bridge to much-needed social services.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has selected EDC to lead the Let’s Read project, a $48 million, five-year basic education program in Zambia.
As a kid, Tiffany Maxon watched a lot of children’s television. Now she is contributing to the research behind it.
Prevention Solutions@EDC invites practitioners working to address the opioid crisis to take part in an upcoming online course and a virtual roundtable.