Brixton Youth Violence Consultation
Through the listening process our client was keen for us to identify leaders who would be willing to act on potential solutions to reducing youth violence and to encourage people to come along to a larger discussion to bring people together.
At the end of the listening campaign, we produced a report analysing the findings from the listening campaign and used these findings to help inform the larger discussion.
We then designed and facilitated a discussion around the topic with over 100 people in attendance. We then created a report collating all the findings from the evet for our client.
Our client has gone on to use the findings and report to help to push forward with plans to reduce youth violence in the locality.
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The GLA’s Citizen Led Engagement Project aimed to make London fairer, and more inclusive, and to encourage active citizenship. We worked with local organsiations and residents to identify the issues they felt were most pressing across Brixton to discover what steps could be taken to resolve them.
In 2019, we were commissioned to deliver a Section 106 Art project. The project consisted of recruiting an art consultant, local community connectors, providing training for the community connectors and conducting outreach across the Tulse Hill ward.
At the start of 2020, we were approached by a client who wanted to engage local people through a series of listening campaigns comprising of as many one-to-one conversations as possible. The purpose was to understand the impact of youth violence on both young people and the local community.