Tag / Youth Violence

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    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.

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    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.

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    Why does no one talk about the impact of youth violence on women?

    We rarely hear about the ways youth violence hurts women and girls. For his second All City column journalist and youth worker Ciaran Thapar investigates.

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    Special report in knife crime by ITV News

    Knife crime has received a lot of coverage over recent weeks. But there is a group of affected people who are often overlooked – the teenage girls who find themselves supporting their male friends caught up in youth violence.

  • Grant awarded to Juvenis to tackle youth violence

    On the 16th November Juvenis was one of the 20 community-based organisations across London awarded with first round of grants from The London Community Foundation’s programme ESDF Save London Lives.

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    Finding A Solution To Youth Violence

    The Voice reports back on the launch of Lambeth’s Violence Reduction Unit began with a historic meeting at Lambeth Town Hall last month organised by the Lambeth Safer Neighbourhood Board.

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    Report: The Violence Virus

    The London Community Foundation recently published a report looking at the role of front line service delivery practitioners, youth workers, ex-offenders and politicians in order to understand their role, to learn from their experience and to explore the opportunities to work together to counter the rising trend of violence.