- Do you work w/ young people in #Islington who could benefit from a Leap programme? Get in touch:email@example.com https://t.co/rijfgzCGIo26 November 2015 12:30pm
- The search for 20 young leaders in #Hackney is on. Do you have a business idea to improve Hackney? #HackneyConnect https://t.co/3ISERM3etI25 November 2015 10:30pm
- Read @Absdeleon 's blog on what she learnt at the 'Rethinking homelessness' event hosted by the Berkeley Foundation https://t.co/gFWGFlDXLj25 November 2015 12:30pm
- Leap's @ThomasJLawson is mentoring young men at #BeingAManFest @southbankcentre this week, discussing their ambitions&sharing his experience25 November 2015 10:29am
- Great to see the Improving Prospects Programme featured on the Ellis Campbell Foundation Website :D https://t.co/og1pWDjb7q24 November 2015 2:30pm
- Report on Strangeways Prison says prisoners are not safe due to staff shortages - not supporting rehabiliation bitly/1QlIbXS24 November 2015 12:30pm
- Our latest e-bulletin is out! Read it for @ThomasJLawson 's thoughts on the Youth Justice Review & our latest blogs https://t.co/9WVg4uWHuo23 November 2015 2:30pm
- Police cuts blamed for 23% rise in youth gang offences in London @guardiannews https://t.co/tD8ldWxGfI23 November 2015 12:30pm
- Inspiring presentations yesterday @UKYouth AGM. Enjoyable conversation with@ThomasJLawson -great to make the connection again with @leap_cc20 November 2015 10:35am
- In case you missed it - what are the long-term consequences of childhood bullying?Latest blog here https://t.co/A5r8RWDHsB #antibullyingweek20 November 2015 5:30pm
Who we are
Established in 1987, Leap prevents the escalation of everyday conflict into destructive behaviour and violence by giving young people and the professionals that work with them the skills to understand the causes and consequences of conflict. Read more...
What we do
Leap works in partnership with the criminal justice system, community groups, the police, teachers and commercial organisations to provide training on leadership, challenging behaviour, peer mediation, identity and prejudice, preventing knife crime and group offending. Read more...
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E-bulletin: The opportunity presented by the Youth Justice Review
This edition contains reflections from Thomas Lawson, CEO, on the changes needed to the Youth Justice System, an opportunity to recognise the achievements of someone you know and three latest blogs... Read more
Nominations are open! Do you know a future winner?
Do you know a young person, adult or organisation who deserves to be recognised for the leadership they have shown in managing conflict in our communities? Find out more about our Annual Awards and nominate… Read more
New practitioner training course launched
In November 2015 Leap launched a new training course for practitioners working with young women in harmful relationships - using insights from our work in this area over the last few years. Read more
Paris atrocities - the need to understand
The horrifying events in Paris on Friday have put young people and conflict centre stage. In his latest blog, CEO, Thomas Lawson tries to understand how we might respond Read more
What works? Rethinking homelessness
Last night, Ben Kernighan, Leap’s Director of External Affairs, and I attended an event organised by the Berkeley Foundation entitled, “What works? Rethinking homelessness”. We were invited by Matt… Read more
The opportunity presented by the Youth Justice Review
“We should never define individuals by their worst moments. None of us – none of us – would want our identity and our future determined by our worst moments.” Michael Gove Read more