‘Positive Future Lambeth’ Forum on Gun & Knife Crime – this Saturday 20th April at Carnegie Library

The second Anti-violence Forum focusing on Gun & Knife Crime will be held by Lambeth Councillors this Saturday, 20th April 2019 from 12 noon to 2 pm at Carnegie Library, 192 Herne Hill Rd SE24 0AG.

Following the successful launch of this Forum on 16th February 2019, the Councillors are looking forward to further work in the Community to develop strategies to prevent and if possible eradicate this epidemic.

With your help at the first meeting, a range of areas were identified that needed to be tackled including:

  • Poverty – especially in-work poverty
  • School exclusion: disproportionately black children excluded from schools
  • Lack of youth provision
  • Mental health support
  • Role of religious institutions (for example Churches, Mosques and Synagogues)
  • Opportunities for young people
  • Role modelling
  • Housing shortages

You are invited to join us once more to develop our work in this area.  Please come and take part with the help of speakers:

  • Florence Eshalomi London Assembly Member
  • Cllr Mo Seedat Cabinet Member for Community Safety
  • Pastor  Peter Adigun, Province Head, Celestial Church of Christ, Loughborough Junction
  • Abdul Karim Chair of Lambeth Neighbourhood Board
  • Representative from Lambeth Police Service

Organised by Herne Hill Councillors Cllr Pauline George and Cllr Jim Dickson.

 

(Hosted by Carnegie Community Trust CIO)