How community based violence intervention models look in practice
We know that communities have an important role to play in keeping young Londoners safe from violence and exploitation.
That’s why on 10th December 2020, we brought together colleagues from London and the USA to discuss if a community based intervention model could work in London.
In our webinar we heard directly from people who have real experience of violence, who are now delivering intervention work. The Cure Violence Global team shared their personal experiences and how they’ve worked with communities in North and Latin America.
We were also joined by Cllr Dr Mahamed Hashi, who shared his thoughts on how London communities need to be empowered to reduce violence from within.
Watch our webinar below
For anyone who is interested in getting in touch to discuss potential collaboration, then get in touch today
Useful kinks and resources
- Cure Violence Global: www.cvg.org
- Cure Violence impact evaluations: www.cvg.org/impact
- Cure Violence impact results table
- Cure Violence: Information Sheet
- Health Systems Framework: www.violenceepidemic.com
- Cure Violence Mini Documentary (full) – 1st Place 2018 Global Health Film Festival
- Cure Violence Mini Documentary (short)
- Cure Violence: The Health Solution to Violence
- Cure Violence: Cali, Columbia
- Cure Violence: Englewood, Chicago
- Cure Violence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Cure Violence: Loiza, Puerto Rico
- Dr. Gary Slutkin, TEDMED talk
Thank you to our contributors who made this webinar possible
- The Cure Violence Global team: Michael ‘Mikey’ Davis Jr, K-Bain and Frank Sanchez
- Jason Bascoe – Services Manager Safer London
- Cllr Dr Mahamed Hashi