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The Power of Language - Abianda Model in Practice

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We share Abianda's reflections on the language that may be used in relation to young women and girls affected by gangs and county lines.

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Please note, this is an add-on module and delegates are required to have already completed the "Working with Young Women and Girls Affected by Gangs and County Lines" introductory module.

We explore the language that may be used in relation to young women and girls affected by gangs and county lines – “streetwise”, “hard to engage”, “difficult”, etc. We share young women’s reflections on how this kind of language influences their experience of working with professionals. We explore how language creates power in the context of attendees’ organisations, and how we can influence culture and society through our use of language.

This module draws on Abianda practitioners’ experiences of working with young women and girls affected by gangs and county lines activity. Practitioners explain the challenges they encountered in their practice, and how they overcame them. Delegates will come away with practical tips to use in their own practice.

Please note that if fewer than 10 people sign up, we will either refund or reschedule the event.

Read more about Abianda here: https://www.abianda.com/

This event will take place on Zoom - an email with the link to join will be sent to you at least 24 hours prior to the event - please check your inbox and spam/junk folder for the invite.

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