Aim of the project
This project works with groups of children and young people aged between 9 and 18, offering interactive, arts-based education programmes in primary and secondary schools as well as out-of-school settings.
The project enables young people to understand and identify the key elements of healthy and unhealthy relationships, challenge myths and tolerance towards violence, and identify the early warning signs of abuse in relationships.
More information about the project
The project will be delivering the following activities in Primary, Secondary and non mainstream schools across London:
- Flexible workshop programmes in schools as well as in pupil referral units, youth centres and other targeted out-of-school settings
- Widely distributed resources to accompany creative, interactive, and educational workshops exploring harmful practices, addressing gender stereotypes and deconstructing social acceptance of sexual and domestic violence.
- Training sessions for professionals that work with young people accompanied by a training pack
For more information about the project contact Tender’s Education Manager Susie McDonald firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nia Project
Solace Women’s Aid