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Exclusion to Empowerment: Tackling youth violence at every stage

Khulisa, StreetDoctors and Redthread are working together, in partnership with BCBN, to interrupt the cycle of violence at every stage. This years’ cause is in support of young people at three high risk transition points in their lives, providing holistic support to divert young people towards a positive future. Together, these organisations support young people by equipping them with the knowledge and emotional resilience to make more positive decisions, helping them to lead safe, happy and fulfilling lives, free from violence and crime.

The project has four key aims, which will be delivered through the work of each of the partners:

1. Youth Behaviour Change Programme
2. Life-changing training sessions
3. Youth Violence Intervention Programme
4. Empowerment

BCBN is a Muslim-led charity and business-networking forum bringing together professionals, key politicians across the political spectrum and heads of charities to facilitate community engagement. Since its inception BCBN has raised over £1.4million in funds for community causes and has attracted support from respected figures such as HRH The Prince of Wales; Rt Hon. Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London; Rt Hon. Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party and Vanessa Redgrave CBE amongst others. BCBN's Grant Initiative aims to provide small grant awards to empower charities, strengthen citizenship and local community projects for the betterment of our society.

Charity No: 1151484

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