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ECVYS Conference 2019 'Youth Violence & knife crime in Essex' (Members ONLY...

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Anglia Ruskin University - Chelmsford

Bishop Hall Lane

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  • This booking link is ONLY for ECVYS members. If you are not an ECVYS member then you need to book via this link https://bit.ly/2HSyFx0 If you are not sure, then email officeadmin@ecvys.org.uk


Youth violence & knife crime is a growing concern throughout the country & Essex is no exception.

Join us for this very unique conference for all those who volunteer or work within a voluntary youth setting to find out about the Essex picture, join in with some brilliant workshops & be inspired as to how we can help tackle this issue together.


The event runs from 9.30am (registration and coffee, 10am start) and finishes at 3pm. The conference promises to be buzzing with volunteers and staff from youth groups across Essex and will be bursting with inspiring youth work, good practice, networking, brilliant Keynotes and workshops plus a *FREE yummy lunch....What more could you want?!

Only £10 for member organisations and £20 for non-members. Please contact officeadmin@ecvys.org.uk if you are unsure.

Our amazing keynote speakers for the day are:

Jane Gardner, (Deputy Police Fire & Crime Commissioner)

Gavin McKenna (CEO, Reach Every Generation)


Workshop choices:

Workshops a.m

1.) Crime & Punishment; What happens to young people that have been involved in gangs?

Workshop leader: Essex Youth Offending Team


2.) The important role that families can play in keeping young people safe from harm

Workshop leader: Barnardo’s

3.) Brecks last game & how to best safeguard young people from youth violence & vulnerability

Workshop leader: Essex youth service

4.) The use of drama as an effective way to engage young people in conversation about gangs & youth violence

Workshop leader: TBC

Workshops p.m

1.) The use of real life stories & experiences as an effective engagement & outreach tool in tackling youth violence

Workshop leader: TBC

2.) The growing gang risk to primary schools & how to positively engage them in the subject

Workshop leader: The Children’s Society

3.) ‘Op Raptor; How are the police tackling gangs & youth violence in Essex & how can community groups work in partnership?’

Workshop leader: Essex police Op Raptor team

4.) How to successfully run detached youth work projects with young people in/on the fringe of gangs

Workshop leader: Gavin McKenna

Once you have completed your booking we will email you to ask for your workshop choices that will vary around the theme and will engage you with this topic from the perspective of local youth organisations in Essex. You will have the opportunity to pick one morning workshop and one afternoon workshop and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.


So, if you are engaged in youth work across Essex in any way at all, BOOK UP NOW to be a part of this brilliant day!

*The free yummy lunch is only included if you book before the 4th October due to catering reasons.

Parking is available on site and the university parking barriers will be open. If you have any questions about this, or any other details about the day then email officeadmin@ecvys.org.uk

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Bishop Hall Lane

Chelmsford

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