17 March 2018, Chestnuts Community Centre, London N15 5BN
Haringey Safer Neighbourhood Board in conjunction with Bridge Renewal Trust are looking for young people between the ages of 11 and 25 to help us think together about crime in Haringey and how it impacts on young people.
We are holding a Youth Safety Summit on 17 March 2018 between 1pm and 6pm at Chestnuts Community Centre, 280 St Ann’s Road, N15 5BN to hear young people’s thoughts.
Some of the things we will be talking about include: community relations, violence against women and girls (VAWG), what a healthy relationship looks like, youth crime and gangs, wellbeing, knife crime and gun discharge; and the way these different issues might interlink.
But the discussion isn’t limited to these topics – we want to hear what young people have to say, and what is important to them in relation to crime. The ultimate aim is that we can understand and work collaboratively with young people to build a Knife Crime Action Plan which gets their voices heard and acted upon.
There will also be music, performances and free food on the day and opportunities to find out more about other projects you can lend your voice to.
Please attend if you are aged between 11 and 25 and would like to contribute your ideas and perspectives to this session.
Please pass on this information to anyone who might be interested in attending or finding out more.
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Deborah Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org