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Would you like to see more parents equipped to address the trend of violence visible from child to adulthood?  Are you a community organiser or champions ready to skill up and support parents during the challenging years? 


Mahatma Ghandi and Martin Luther King followed       
Non-Violent Resistance (NVR) principles to fight for freedom from colonialism and racial discrimination. Find out how the principles has also been applied in the community and family context today

The model is based on the non-violent approach.  NVR addresses violent, destructive and harmful behaviours in children and adolescents and restores individual strength and self-respect in parents. It also supports caring and respectful relationships in the family and wider communities. 

Participants will receive support from a supervisor to deliver the core content in community settings. 
Frontline community organisations active in the Parent Engagement and outcomes for African heritage Young men’s particularly encouraged to nominate potential participants. Your insight is valued to shape our cultural content and locally environment.   
Step 1
Attend our taster session, enrol and tweak the content to create course which responds to today’s climate.

Attend our Taster and Enrolment Session
Date:         Thursday 18 January 2018
Time:         9.45am registration –Finish- 11:30 am
Venue:     Hackney CVS, Adiaha Antigha Centre, 
          24 to 30 Dalston Lane, London E8 3AZ 
Email:   02079231962  
Facilitator:     Vicky Rodrigues Conduct Disorder and outreach 
                       Team leader, CAMHS, NVR facilitator & Supervisor

January 18th, 2018 9:45 AM
24- 30 Dalston Lane
London, E8 3AZ
United Kingdom

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Phone: 0207 923 1962

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