EYST Wales, Resilience Project Conference: a 3 year programme review and look to the future.

EYST Wales’ Resilience Project started in 2017 to address three key areas, radicalisation, far-right extremism and childhood sexual exploitation (CSE).

The aim of the project is to better enable young people age 11-24yrs to challenge extreme ideologies and identify risks to themselves and others. This conference will provide an opportunity to look at the programmes activities and identify lessons learned and future concerns.

We welcome all professionals, practitioners and volunteers from the public and community/charity sectors to attend and share your experience and ideas.

Under discussion will be Brexit and its impact on (in)tolerance, the Stop It Now campaign to address CSE, Religious Extremism, Knife Crime and County Lines.

The Conference will start with an opening address from Deputy First Minister Jane Hutt AM and Police & Crime Commissioner Alun Michael.

For more information please contact tony@eyst.org.uk

To book follow the link here: http://eyst.org.uk/project.php?s=resilience-project