StreetDoctors feature in campaign by Yorkshire Evening Post demonstrating our lifesaving first-aid training and why we no longer say ‘youth violence’
StreetDoctors has launched a campaign that could save young people’s lives. 8 Minutes to Save a Life is an innovative, digital campaign that educates young people on what to do if someone has been stabbed.
We are thrilled to win the Advice and Guidance Award and be highly commended for the Youth Justice Award
Sophie Clissold-Lesser, StreetDoctors Chair of Trustees, for ‘Magistrates Magazine’.
StreetDoctors were interviewed for an episode of The Waiting Room Podcast by Dr Alex George
Despite often being blamed for problems within communities, our research shows that young people at risk of youth violence have great passion for stepping forward and making a difference.
TJ Dairo, StreetDoctors Programme Coordinator, describes the impact national lockdown has had on young people as StreetDoctors launches our ‘Living through a lockdown’ report.
StreetDoctors, MAC-UK and Redthread, have released a research report highlighting how lockdown affected young people at risk of youth violence.
Volunteer Lara Akinnawonu, from StreetDoctors Cardiff, is interviewed on BBC Crimewatch Roadshow.
StreetDoctors Volunteer, Antonia Permual, contributes to an article in the ‘Yorkshire Evening Post’ on the rise of knife crime.