Every year we review and assess our reach and impact. By doing this we celebrate our successes, as well as acknowledge our shortcomings.

Only by doing this can we learn and grow as an organisation, enabling us to further extend our reach and support more young Londoners, their families and communities impacted by violence and exploitation.

In 2019/2020 we achieved a lot, from running successful pilot programs, contributing our expertise and knowledge to reports and of course working directly with thousands of young Londoners, their families and peers – to help them feel safer, and be safer.

Click the image below for an overview of what we did last and our aspirations for the future.

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Previous Impact Reports

Young Londoners are at the core of what we do at Safer London.  Our funds and resources are used in ways to try and have the most impact with young people, their families and communities.

Read our impact reports to find out what we’ve achieved.

Safer London Impact Report 2016 – 2017

Safer London Impact Report 2017 – 2018

Safer London Impact Report 2018 – 2019


Safeguarding in Public Spaces Toolkit

The Safeguarding in Public Spaces Toolkit was developed from research conducted in four shopping centres in London. Based on the experiences and views of young Londoners, the toolkit provides professionals guidance on how to make the places young Londoners spend their time safe for them. You can download the toolkit and accompanying research below.

Safeguarding in Public Spaces Toolkit

Safeguarding in Public Spaces Research Report

Domestic Abuse Needs Assessment

The Pan London Domestic Violence Needs Assessment is a comprehensive piece of analysis that investigated what pathways there were for survivors of domestic violence in each London borough. The research looked at the barriers to accessing support, with housing being particularly prevalent.

Pan London Domestic Violence Needs Assessment 2016

External Evaluation

Download external evaluation reports to find out more about our work and approach.

Evaluation of the Empower Families Project by University of Sussex

Safer London Foundation: The Empower Programme An independent report by ABIANDA

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