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Because Youth Crime Workshop

A workshop bringing youths, parents, teachers, police, and other stake-holders to examine reasons for, and offer solutions to, youth crime.

Calling all youths, parents, teachers, local politicians, mentors, recording artists, media practitioners, police, youth and social workers, faith groups, YOT and PYA workers, community groups, and other stake-holders!!

Do you have views on the cause of youth crime? Do you have any ideas about possible solutions for dealing with youth crime? Are you involved in any anti-youth crime or anti-gun crime initiatives? If yes, why not input into the BECAUSE... youth project?

Come and have your say on the causes of youth crime, and also offer possible solutions: join in a free inter-generational workshop, edu-tainment fun, and watch the screening of Don’t Trigger campaign’s ‘Why?’ video on Saturday December 3.

Council Chamber, Harrow Civic Centre, Station Road, Harrow, Middx HA1 2UL. Three minutes walk from Harrow & Wealdstone (Metro rail and Bakerloo line). Several buses stop in front of the Civic Centre, including 140, 182, 258, and 340 from Harrow On The Hill (Metropolitan line).

To book for place(s) for workshop: info@btwsc.com stating names or number of places required. Subject line: booking because. 020 8450 5987 www.btwsc.com/because.htm


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Date and Time:

3 December 2005 at 3:00 pm


3 hours



Harrow Civic Centre
Station Road

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Organised by:

BritishBlackMusic.com / Black Music Congress
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This workshop is for anyone interested in the issue of youth crime, not just the specialist professionals.

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