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  • Boys and young men initiative

    Juvenis are proud to announce an award and invitation to participate in a new boys and young men initiative from Global Fund for Children supported by the National Lottery Community Fund.

  • Out of Sight

    A documentary produced by Socialize Media focuses on young black men and their perceptions and feelings on mental health as part of the Out of Sight project.

  • London Impact Awards

    The Awards also highlighted the work of two young people through the Young Leader with Impact category. Ebinehita Iyere was commended for her exceptional commitment and leadership in working to improve the life of their peers who may be affected by or at risk of violence.

  • Ebinehita Iyere: “one instance of violence in a community is one too many”

    The Conduit talk to youth practitioner and founder of Milk and Honey, Ebinehita Iyere, about the root causes of rising violence, why we need to speak to young people about grief and the pressure facing young women and girls.

  • Juvenis joins BYB Consortium

    Juvenis is delighted to announce that they have joined Building Young Brixton.

  • Divert Youth – Youth Endowment Fund

    We’re delighted to announce our success as one of the first grantees of the Youth Endowment Fund, delivery DIVERT Youth in partnership with Lambeth Council and The Metropolitan Police plus evaluation support by Manchester Metropolitan University.

  • London’s most influential people 2019

    Juvenis founder, Winston Goode, made it into the Evening Standards’ The Progress 1000: most influential people 2019 for his work in south London to help reduce knife crime.

  • 1 xtra - trauma and mental health

    1Xtra Talks: What Is Trauma

    Ebinehita Iyere, Youth Project lead at Juvenis, spoke to BBC 1Xtra with a guest panel to discuss how trauma can manifest and impact our lives.

  • winston goode in Independent Happy List

    Winston Goode makes Happy List 2019

    Founder Winston Goode is on this year’s Happy List. The Independent’s Happy List celebrates 50 people who enrich the lives of others.

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    Custody intervention programme sees just 7% of youths reoffend

    A custody programme which reaches out to young adults in a bid to steer them away from a life of crime and into jobs including football coaching has yielded some impressive results.