This 1-day webinar conference brings together leading academics & inspirational educators to ensure professionals are better equipped to tackle youth violence, CSE & young people’s mental health.

Covid 19 & Beyond : New Trends of Violence Amongst Young People

“...gang and youth violence is not a problem that can be solved by enforcement alone. We need to change the life stories of young people who end up dead or wounded on our streets...”

— Ending Gang and Youth Violence Report, HM Government

Gain information, knowledge, & outcome‐driven practices that engage & empower those in local communities with chronic & emerging gang issues to create comprehensive solutions to prevent gang violence, reduce gang involvement, & suppress gang‐related crime.

This conference brings together the key speakers involved in tackling gangs, violence & weapon crime in the UK.

Attendees will gain the latest information & be able to explore new strategies on how to best tackle gang crime & young peoples mental health

October 22nd 2020

10.30am

Opening & Registration

10.45am – 11.45am

Abbee McLatchie – National Youth Agency

Trauma Informed Youth Work; Working Beyond Barriers and Borders

12 noon – 1pm

Craig Pinkney – SOLVE: Centre for Youth Violence 

Popular Destructive Youth Cultures

2pm – 3pm

Charlotte Gordon – KIP Education CIC 

The Mental Health Needs of Gang- Affiliated Young People

3.15pm – 4.15pm

 Liz Pemberton The Black Nursery Manager 

Marginalised Children in the Early Years: How to Create Safe Spaces in the Setting When There is Violence in the Home

4.30pm -5.30pm 

Dr Martin Glynn 

Breaking the Cycle: Youth Crime, Violence and Desistance, Post Covid 19

5.30pm 

Close

October 22nd 2020
10.30am - 5.30pm

Who should attend?

  • Police frontline workers

  • MP’s

  • Prison Staff

  • Case managers

  • Psychologists

  • Psychiatrists

  • Counsellors

  • Educators

  • Mental health professionals

  • Clinicians

  • Community Leaders

  • Youth workers

  • Practitioners

  • Community Interest Companies

  • Nurses

  • Policymakers

  • Academics

  • Faith Based organisations

  • Social Workers

  • Teachers

  • Parents

  • Anyone with an interest in youth violence, knife, gun and gang crime

COSTS:

 

Private Sector Rate: £125

Public Sector Rate: £65

Voluntary Sector Rate: £45

Purchase your tickets here

For more information or to make a booking please call 0208 207 5567 or Email info@kipeducation.com