- Happy Friday! Here's a blog by Project Worker Naima on the over-representation of black & minority ethnic offenders https://t.co/QYUdJpYjwU29 April 2016 5:23pm
- Listen to our Justice Director @matijailic talking about how we can reduce violence in prisons on @bbc5live https://t.co/aQ45qz2Qmc29 April 2016 5:12pm
- And they're off! Our Choice to Change group are on route to their residential weekend away https://t.co/7zdDxyq8Uu29 April 2016 5:04pm
- Work with young people? Encourage them to be heard in @_YJB survey informing the youth justice review. 1 week left https://t.co/Dku7U0GQKk28 April 2016 11:07am
- Involving service users is key to effectiveness, great to see such collaborative strategic planning at @leap_cc https://t.co/7yfchDq8gH27 April 2016 11:22am
- Great opportunity for young people to sample our training at free conflict management workshops 19th May https://t.co/thN13nSQ9P please RT28 April 2016 3:12pm
- Bring a group of young people along to our free conflict management workshops on 19th May 12–4pm. More info here https://t.co/thN13nSQ9P27 April 2016 2:01pm
- April is Stress Awareness Month! Check out these tops tips for looking after yourself thanks to @YoungMindsUK https://t.co/0BHVlvi6PU27 April 2016 12:40pm
- This is so concerning... https://t.co/XM5COIZfyZ27 April 2016 10:32am
- Leeds prison is overcrowded, under-resourced, and failing to keep prisoners, staff and the public safe. https://t.co/E0ESXJ2JRR27 April 2016 10:30am
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...
About Lighting the Fire 2016
With Lighting the Fire 2016 getting closer, find all the information you need about the daytime workshops and evening awards here. Read more
E-Bulletin: A New Perspective on the 'Gangs Problem'
This edition of our e-bulletin brings you our latest blog with a new perspective on the 'gangs problem', as Jessie Ben-Ami, our Director of Delivery, tells us more about the gang programme… Read more
E-bulletin: A Christmas message from Thomas Lawson
This edition of our regular e-bulletin brings you our latest blogs with reflections on the atrocities in Paris, the opportunity presented by the Youth Justice Review and some tips for managing conflict… Read more
Why are 41% of young people in prison BAME?
Naima Sakande, Improving Prospects Project Worker, talks about the over-representation of black and minority ethnic (BAME) young offenders in the UK and her experience of prisons in the States. Read more
Leap & the German Marshall Fund - A trans-Atlantic collaboration
On Saturday 9th April, Leap hosted a session with the Fellows of the German Marshall Fund of the United States' Marshall Memorial Fund Leadership Programme. A session held in the spirit of partnership… Read more
Leap Year Top Tips
This leap year, we're looking back at a piece of Leap history with these drawings published 20 years ago by trainer Rene Manradge. Read his top tips for managing conflict below. Read more