EMPOWERING PEOPLE FOR EXCELLENCE

W H Y C H O O S E U S

The trustees and volunteers of the charity have extensive experience of working and supporting young people and working with victims of crime and reducing conflicts in the community working in partnership with government bodies such as the Home Office, Ministry of Justice, London Probation, Southwark Council, International Network for Hate Studies, Social policy think-tanks, Education and others. We value the experience our volunteers and supporters bring.

•Over 10 years of creating best practice and policy for Hate Crime
•International recognition for best practice work
•Award winning work and Successful outcomes
•Extensive experience working with disadvantaged and marginalised young people and their issues
•Working with parents and families in need of support
•Expertise in working with race and identity issues and Afro Carribean youths and BME communites

W H A T W E D O

TRAINING & CONSULTANCY

We have expertise and offer workshops and training in a number of areas:

•Helping Youths achieve excellence
•Hate Crime
•Mentoring for Success
•Working with Black and Minority Ethnic
(BME) Communities
•Quality Volunteering Opportunities
•Advocacy and Support
•Engaging minority communities often labelled ‘hard to reach’
•Cohesion and Identity
•Britishness and Belonging
•Restorative Justice and Mediation
•Empowerment
•Extensive experience working with Statutory bodies and Community agencies

W H O W E A R E

Empowering People for Excellence is a charity that assists students, individuals, organisations and others in the community to reach their desired goals and discover their true potential through constructive support, engagement and empowerment. The charity based in Camberwell particularly works with young people engaged in violence and group offending and those at risk of exclusion from school due to challenging and violent behaviour in the educational environment and community. Also young people and adults in need of support. It works with London Probation, Police, Southwark Council, Ministry of Justice, Education, schools in South London and community organisations. It takes referrals from agencies and self-referrals.

Our services are FREE to those who live in Southwark and elsewhere.

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