One thing we discovered in talking to young people is some people would not talk to their parents. But knowing you are falling deeper into danger and not being able to talk to someone is a burden. Carrying this burden all by yourself can have an impact on your own mental health too. In this soundbite a mother gives her [...]
Doreen from Elevated Minds talks about how exclusion from schools can be a self-perpetuating problem because of parents' own negative experiences with education. How do you move forwards from this situation? Rose, a young person from the Schools Exclusions Campaign, run by 'Just for Kids', recounts her experience on a panel where she listened to account after account where children [...]
... or would you rather talk with a youth worker? In a Let's Talk session held at Bede Youth Adventure Project Chris talks to young people about how they feel talking to their families about knife crime. We discover that most children feel more comfortable and less judged when talking to a youth worker.
Sherifa talks about the kind of work she is inolved with helping families and mentoring parents to better cope with their circumstances (34s)