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TEAM SPIRIT Sep 9
If TV media paid as much attention to the majority of young people doing fantastic things as they do to a minority caught up in negative situations it might be helpful!!
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MY FAIR LONDON Sep 11
Vital we reframe the narrative. We need talk about “safeguarding” vulnerable young people whose lives are blighted by the normalisation of violence from an early age rather than lazily using the establishment industrialised “youth violence” label
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LONDON YOUTH SAFETY Sep 11
Regards the abundance of knife crime/youth violence news programmes. How cool would it be to do a fly on the wall documentary following corrupt business people and politicians as they plot to make money from the misery of others?
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Smart Social Sep 6
We’re looking forward to final report. The interim report published in July 2018 has led to the development so far of 18 Violence Reduction Units (VRU) around the UK following lead of Its called progress!
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MY FAIR LONDON Sep 11
Dear Siobhan the team were wondering could you ask if the Home Office Violent crime task force was kept active after changed jobs? We’d really like clarification as nobody seems to know!! CC:
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LONDON YOUTH SAFETY Sep 10
A positive meeting between team and The challenges police face in trying to tackle extreme violence effecting young people are complex. Scotland Yard recognises that community led partnerships are vital and key to finding solutions
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MY FAIR LONDON Sep 11
Our is top notch doesn’t quite get as much coverage with his expert views as our known to the team as “The Weatherman” as he’s on more often
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DamilolaTaylorTrust Jul 25
So many victim family charities set up as legacy projects. A Legacy itself of 20 years inconsistent strategy & poor leadership. London doesn’t need more knife crime charities it needs a cohesive plan to tackle inequality underpinning knife crime
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London Legends Jun 26
Bloody criminologists and their fishing stories!!
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Hackney Impact May 24
Fantastic work and the irrepressible Ex topCop, youth worker, media pundit and fan - Which given all his hard work and dedication even spurs fans can forgive him!!
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DamilolaTaylorTrust Aug 13
Why the desperate need to feed the media with headlines like this? Back in 2000 the World was a much calmer, fairer and compassionate place. The hustle for youth violence funding wasn’t yet on the radar
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PaulCanovilleFdn Jun 22
is this part of and anything to do with ? Mental health issues affect everyone and right now very few people in poorest communities are able to access services. Whose thriving?
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London Legends Jun 13
Funders have to change the narrative as well. If a public health approach is about sustainable change then changing the label from YOUTH VIOLENCE to “Violence effecting young people” is a logical start right?
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Smart Social Aug 1
The public health approach to tackling violence effecting young people commonly referred to as “youth violence” - Sustainable funding is key to building strong social structures to give disadvantaged communities the immunisation tools they need
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Leroy Logan MBE Sep 9
A great meeting w/ members of top team regarding the reassured us we’re on the right track for a great , building on the well received . We couldn’t miss a snap outside w/ looking on.
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PaulCanovilleFdn Apr 14
We are pleased to be supporting with its final report. It’s interim report was quite literally game changing! We’re going to stage an event that brings police and young people together to explore the important subject of mental health awareness
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DamilolaTaylorTrust Jul 6
We worked with Javed when he headed up London serious youth violence board with 👊🏿
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SPIRIT OF LONDON AWARDS Aug 8
There is a place where ambition burns bright and aspiration points the way forward. Where is this place? Deep inside every young person whose written themselves off due to poverty of hope. What is society going to do about it?
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London Legends Apr 13
The All Party Youth Violence Commission Interim report was a credit to everyone who took part. So many authentic witnesses gave passionate well informed evidence. The impact has led to major policy changes from and
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SPIRIT OF LONDON AWARDS Aug 12
SOLA was born in 2008. We Set the bar high in standard for celebrating young people. Early 2013 one of our awards alumni lost a friend to knife crime. We took a sabbatical to set up The search for solutions led to
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