Workshops and Events
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Community Awareness/ Youth Violence Prevention Event themed "It Takes Communities".
When: 21 - 26th February & March 6th 2021
Where: Virtual conference via Zoom
About this event:
This event will help to connect people who care about the lives of young people to further seek ways to foster positive youth engagement, achieving positive outcomes for young people in our community. Keynote speakers from GM Violence Reduction Unit, Salford University, ReflecTeen Hub and other key stakeholders will share the thinking about how best communities can contribute to youth violence reduction through community-led approaches.
Please find the attached flyer and link to book on the above event:
With C19 still around, parents have an incredible role to play in at juggling a job, family, home-schooling, finance and everything else. Well, it has certain that sometime things can feel overwhelming.
Join our 6 weeks Parents Talk 2021 Workshop aimed to support struggling parents to identify their strengths and develop tools to deal positively with the challenges they face. Book your free place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/136080994919
- Sessions will help you to identify emotional challenges and contributory factors to family tension.
- Practical parenting strategies to effectively respond and tackle challenging behaviour.
- Successfully adapted CBT approach will help you improve your mental/emotional wellbeing.
- Living Life to the Full Manchester Roll out.
- You will be equipped to be able to effectively support your child and family.
- You will be able to enrol into our one-to-one parent support programme to continue to make a lasting improvement to your mental wellbeing.
Its the start of a New decade what lessons have been learnt in the past to tackle serious violent crime. We cannot afford to continue to see our young people being killed and families bereaved of their loved ones. Join us to explore the real cost of youth violence & knife crime.
It is not impossible to combat youth violence and knife crime however, we all individually & collectively need to do our bit.