- Recruiting people (aged 15-19) in danger of engaging in criminal activity for our 3 day Leadership programme: http://t.co/rJPO7qVU9Q07 March 2014 3:34pm
- Leap's work is focused to have significant impact http://t.co/wtWSBnAZnL07 March 2014 3:24pm
- Do you know a young person who’s made an outstanding contribution to the community? Nominate them for our awards! https://t.co/gqjwO4S4ob07 March 2014 9:32am
- “@HarvardBiz: Tip: When to Use "I/We" in Comms http://t.co/GMmHB5PHNw #HBRMgmntTip” @leap_cc "I/We" beats "You/they" in managing conflict!07 March 2014 9:26am
- Nik Pitcher's (a Leap Senior Trainer) advice on working with victims of gang violence http://t.co/1kd6yNPiMY06 March 2014 3:08pm
BBC Lifeline at Leap!
Leap was chosen to be one of the BBC's featured charities for their Lifeline programme. A ten minute film about Leap and the work it does was transmitted at 5pm, 20th November on BBC1.
Filming has been taking place over the past two weeks. We’ve had a film crew filming at one of our Quarrel Shops – a training project for young people, which enables them to gain greater awareness of themselves in conflict and become peer facilitators. The film crew got lots of great footage of young people exploring the concept of conflict and how to resolve it in their lives.
Lifeline also spent two days filming one of our young trainers and one of your young volunteers in action. Brooke Kinsella very kindly agreed to present the appeal, and talks very positively about Leap’s work and the impact it has.
The appeal was broadcast on BBC1 on Sunday 20th November at 17:00 and on BBC2 on Wednesday 23 November 2011 at 13:30. There is a dedicated page on the BBC website which has photos, and more information about Leap. You can watch the film on our website.