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Taking part in Leeds’ Saving Lives After Lockdown campaign

15th April 2021
StreetDoctors feature in campaign by Yorkshire Evening Post demonstrating our lifesaving first-aid training and why we no longer say ‘youth violence’

StreetDoctors features in three articles as part of Yorkshire Evening Post’s campaign, Saving Lives After Lockdown, raising awareness of the impact of violence affecting young people in Leeds, and what we can do about it.

Video: Saving Lives After Lockdown, Yorkshire Evening Post, 13th April

Watch Leeds volunteer and medical student Laura McCormick demonstrate how to be a first responder and help save the life of someone who has been stabbed:

Video: Leeds volunteer demonstrates how to save a life, Yorkshire Evening Post, 13th April

Read an interview with Frances Breeveld, Communications and Policy Officer, on why language when talking about young people affected by violence is so important:

‘It’s not just words’: Why StreetDoctors has changed the way it talks about knife violence, Yorkshire Evening Post, 15th April