RTK has had many memorable evenings with some thought-provoking speakers. Here are just a few of our favourite highlights…
Lydia Lawrence talks about being injured through stabbings and the trauma of adverse childhood experiences.
If you are affected by these issues you might want to find support through agencies listed on our resources page, or contact us to be put in touch to someone to talk to.
Daren from JCT (Just Come Together) talks about their work in Battersea
Rosie talks about RTK’s 3 aims
and future plans
Tracey Ford talks about some of the ways that JAGS has worked to increase awareness, support families and positively impact young people
Inspirational work of George Turner and the team at Carney’s Community
Rosie talks about the experience of grief and finding support
Val Crolle and Tilisha Goupall bring an initiative to a local primary school to educate year 6 children about knife crime
Twilight Bey gives an insight into his own experience of living with violence