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Labour and Conservative party conference roundtable
17 September 2012
Catch22 will host a roundtable discussion that will bring together experts in the field of gang research, business, entrepreneurship and investment to examine the role enterprise can play in supporting viable exit strategies from gang life.
Tackling gangs and serious violence: what role can enterprise play in supporting young people’s gang exit?
Hosted by Catch22's Dawes Unit, the Centre for Social Justice and Scotland's Violence Reduction Unit.
Tuesday 9 October 2012: Conservative Party conference
8.00-9.30am, Austin Court, IET Birmingham.
Speakers will include Karyn McCluskey, Coordinator of the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit, who oversaw a 50 per cent reduction in crime in Strathclyde, and Dr Charlie Alcock, founder of Music and Change, a Camden-based mental health charity engaging with young people involved with gangs through youth-led music, mental health, life-skills and cooking workshops as well as confidential 'street therapy.
This event takes place under Chatham House rules and attendance is by invite only. If you are interested in attending, contact Sarah Thomas on 020 7336 4818 or email@example.com