What is? Communicating change is an initiative designed to enable the greatest amount of change for individuals and their wider communities.
This is an opportunity to bring together a collective of professionals and young people to look at improved ways of managing and maintaining specific aspects of safety to produce solutions to the increase in serious youth violence and mental health challenges.
The initiative will also focus on best practices and working together in collaboration moving forward.
A special Thank You to Park View School for facilitating this event
Independent candidate Gwenton Sloley is campaigning to be elected as the next Mayor of Hackney, he campaigns under the Hackney People Before Profit banner, wants to see more help for people suffering from the last two years.
“The whole community needs access to trauma support,” he said.
As one of the founders of the London Gang Exits programme, he works to help keep young people from getting involved in crime.
He arrived in Hackney from Jamaica and grew up on Gunton Road in Stoke Newington.
Special Constable Anthony Peltier is a real life community champion and hero. A Head Teacher by day and a Met Assistant Chief Officer by night, working on the London streets for the last 20 years as a police special.
Not only is he an amazing community champion but he is also the recipient of a Binny Award for his act of bravery and Pride Of Britain award, and for the record he is one of life’s true gentlemen.
Raised on the Kingsmeade Estate in Hackney, one of the roughest estates possible, Anthony knew hardship from the very start of his life.
CEO of Mind in Haringey, where for the past 5 years she has used her extensive knowledge and experience of Mental Health and Wellbeing to lead Mind in Haringey from near closure to a position of not just surviving but thriving!