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In 1985 he joined the End Conscription Campaign to oppose Apartheid army violence and later worked with homeless youth in Managua, Nicaragua.
From 1994-2000 he worked at Men Overcoming Violence in San Francisco working with perpetrators of domestic violence in jails and community settings and establishing the MOVE Youth Program and Students Talking About Non-Violent Dating, a peer education partnership between MOVE and San Francisco Women Against Rape.
Collaborative justice courts-also known as problem-solving courts- combine judicial supervision with rehabilitation services that are rigorously monitored and focused on recovery to reduce recidivism and improve offender outcomes.
Examples of collaborative justice courts are community courts, domestic violence courts, drug courts, DUI courts, elder abuse courts, homeless courts, mental health courts, reentry courts, veterans courts, and courts where the defendant may be a minor or where the child's welfare is at issue.
The point was not just to learn about violence in society, but learn about reducing violence and turn that knowledge into a website useful for students, teachers, activists, and victims of violence.
Dean is an honorary senior lecturer at the University of Cape Town’s School of Public Health and an Ashoka Fellow.