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Is tackling violence about teachable moments? Enduring relationships? Or both? If it is both – what does a best practice approach look like?
Is the idea of a teachable, reachable moment real? Or is it only through developing long trusting relationships over time that young Londoners are able to move forward to better lives? Perhaps it's a combination of both? 

In the first of our series we'll be looking broadly at the issues that young Londoners affected by violence and exploitation face, and what they need from third sector organisations to help them to move on to positive futures. 

With contributions from sector professionals, our team working on the ground and from young Londoners themselves, we will explore these questions and more. 


1. A Welcome from our Chair
Janine McDowell, CEO Sodexo

2. The Voice of London
Hear from the young Londoners that Safer London works alongside

3. Why our work is needed now more than ever
Sherry Peck, CEO Safer London

4. Perspective from Practice
A Safer London frontline worker will discuss the issues from their perspective, drawing on real experiences they've encountered in their practice.
Speaker TBC

5. The challenges young Londoners face
Speaker TBC

6. How People, Peers and Places will make London safer for everyone
Sherry Peck, CEO Safer London

7. How we will get there: measuring our impact to inform our work
Richard Haigh, Director of Quality and Internal Resources Safer London

8. Q&A
Facilitated by Sherry Peck, CEO Safer London

9. Closing Remarks
Sherry Peck, CEO Safer London

Jul 2, 2020 11:00 AM in London

Working alongside young Londoners, their families, peers and communities affected by violence and exploitation.
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