We deliver campaigns, programmes, workshops and many other interventions.
We engage in youth-led campaigning and advocacy work. We campaign for violence to be treated as a public health issue. We campaign for young people to be at the forefront of solutions to the issues that affect us. We challenge common misconceptions and stereotypes. We raise awareness about the root causes of violence. We advocate for the root causes of violence to be addressed.
For more than two years we have been making the law more accessible to young people through our legal awareness workshops and programmes. This year we launched our inter-school legal programme, LegalEase.
We develop bespoke intervention programmes for young people affected by violence which can be delivered in community, educational and criminal justice settings. We work with you to understand your specific needs and develop a package of tailored support which can include a series of workshops and one-to-one support for your young people as well as advice for practitioners in response to specific incidents.
The UP2U workshop focuses on conflict management, rational decision-making, societal influence and empathy, aiming to provide young people with the skills and knowledge they need navigate complex situations. This year we will work with 12 primary schools in Barnet preparing more than 1500 primary school leavers for the transition to secondary school. We will build confidence and resilience to enable young people to pursue their aspirations and maintain focus in their teenage years.
We develop bespoke workshops to empower and inspire young people affected by violence. With a range of topics to choose from, we work with you to tailor a workshop suited to the age of your young people, which can be delivered in community, educational and criminal justice settings.
Community & Family
We deliver a range of mobilisation services for communities and families affected by violence.