Clinks is running a workshop for voluntary organisations working in London on the issues facing vulnerable young people, especially young men.
The sessions will be led by Reverend Denise Parnell, a specialist consultant who offers a unique combination of professional and lived in experience to build understanding of how to better work with vulnerable young people. Issues facing young people, such as: grooming, poor attachments, lack of family support, being in prison, facing release from prison and lack of resilience; will be covered.
The workshop will be split into three sessions, with a Q&A at the end:
- In the first session, Reverend Parnell will share both her personal and professional lived experiences which led to her working with young people and other agencies to support them.
- In the second session, the group will be looking at the issues that young people in prison face when being released. The group will explore different ways of working with young people in the criminal justice system to help support them in the community and to help prevent reoffending.
- In the third session, the group will look at how to help young people build resilience and secure relationships. The group will explore some of the issues which arise from poor attachments.
To find out more and book your place, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*This event is only open to voluntary organisations specifically supporting Black and other racially minoritised people, and or, women and girls in London.