“I called the police and said he was stabbed”

This is the story of a mother who had the feeling her son had been stabbed. ".... I didn't see the stabbing but I knew it was going to happen before it even happened. Because I saw the movement.  Yeah, I saw the movement so... and he run off so I didn't know where he was. And then I called [...]

2022-07-27T00:05:15+01:00July 26th, 2022|

“What can we do to help stop knife crime?”

Chris asks young people at Bede Youth Adventure Project what can be done to help stop knife crime. The children ask for more funding for youth clubs and education to tell people that once you get involved in gangs and knife crime you can never get away from it.

2022-01-14T20:44:17+00:00January 14th, 2022|

LET’S TALK Video Report 2020

After five Forums in a range of venues, here is a substantial video discussion featuring panellists from the past two years of working around Southwark in schools, a youth club and a theatre. https://vimeo.com/495904895 Contributors alongside the young people of Southwark include - two seasoned youth workers, Fokrul Meah and Donna Wallace a very senior retired Civil Servant from the [...]

2021-01-18T12:15:27+00:00January 12th, 2021|

“Nowhere to Turn”

  A young person at Bede House Youth Adventure Project comments in a discussion over who you can turn to for support if you witnessed someone being stabbed. A police officer asked, "if you were in a situation where you felt you needed support; is there anywhere you think you could go to get it?" The young person responded, "Don’t [...]

2021-01-01T23:08:15+00:00January 1st, 2021|
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