In 2022 we bounced back after the pandemic to meet the needs of young people affected by violence. We trained nearly 5,000 young people with lifesaving first aid skills and knowledge, by working with over 300 youth partners across the UK.
StreetDoctors, a charity founded in Liverpool, has won a major national award for its work giving life-saving first aid skills to young people across the UK likely to witness or be victims of violence and knife crime.
Today we are championing equity for women the whole world over, starting by speaking with some of the inspiring women on our staff team. Here Niamh speaks about her experience working with women and girls affected by violence.
Today we are championing equity for women the whole world over, starting by speaking with some of the inspiring women on our staff team. Lucie tells us 5 key things she has learnt as a woman in leadership.
Volunteer Kwaku spoke to LBC News about his experience growing up and people behind the statistics.
We were invited by Boxwise to speak at an event at 10 Downing Street about improving outcomes for young people affected by violence by using sports and skills training.
CEO Lucie spoke to Mancunian Matters about how our first aid training in Manchester plays a key role in reducing violence, alongside the Police’s partnership work.
We teamed up with the NCS this Summer in Leicestershire to deliver a young people-led youth social action project about street violence.
This Summer we are looking for 3 youth groups that work with young people affected by violence to help us co-design and pilot a new training session on coping better with the mental health impacts of violence.
Our new 2021 Impact Report, released today, reveals how we worked with over 2000 young people, 160 youth sector partners and 465 young healthcare volunteers to reduce the impact of street violence across the UK during the pandemic.