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LET’S TALK Exclusion [LT#11]
Three outstanding young speakers joined Just For Kids Law, The Children's Society, Youth Futures and Elevated [...]
LET’S TALK with IOPC [LT#10]
Youth violence is a big issue. So what does the police regulator, the IOPC (Independent Office [...]
Southwark Teenagers Creating Sustainable Change [LT#9]
Part Two of a powerful story of three Southwark teenage boys who decide to create a [...]
Zuby meets Elevated Minds [LT#8]
British rapper Zuby meets three young men from Southwark who have a remarkable story. They're out [...]
Things Don’t Have To Be The Same [LT#7]
Leo Powell is Head of Year 10 at St Ignatius College in Enfield. He is also [...]
Policing with, not to, communities [LT#6]
New Superintendent Daniel Ivey, fresh from Devon & Cornwall, arrives in the Met's Area South to [...]
3 Visions for Tomorrow [LT#5]
Community TV Trust brings together Elevated Minds, The Children's Society and Passion For Change to discuss [...]
Talking with Elevated Minds [LT#4]
Two voices from a local project in Southwark discuss a range of key issues that cluster [...]
Criminal Justice System [LT#3]
Panel members James Waddington QC and Louise Dickinson of Blue Elephant Theatre debate reform of the [...]
Family In Crisis [LT#2]
LET'S TALK Panel members Sherifa Carr of mentoring campaign Passion For Change, and Steph Bent, manager [...]
LET’S TALK Video Report 2020 [LT#1]
A substantial video report comprising in-depth discussion with LET'S TALK panel members, video interviews with local [...]
CHOICES with Mutah Beale
Back in 2009 ex rapper "Napoleon" visited Southwark as Mutah Beale, visiting schools and youth clubs [...]
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LET’S TALK wants to launch a YouTube channel to educate parents.
This was an idea of students at Harris Academy Peckham which we want to make happen … BUT it needs young people to create the content for that channel. LET’S TALK is not for adults to talk to adults. It is for young people to share their ideas and needs with adults, influencers, professionals, across the community. We think parents will watch a YouTube channel. If you agree, get in touch. Be someone who makes a difference by speaking about life and sharing your ideas.
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