Sharp End is a workshop facilitated by young people from The Crib youth project.
Knife crime is a serious issue, a disease that is deep rooted within our communities. It is up to us to find the cure and make sure we are not just treating the visual symptoms. There are too many young getting stabbed, many go unreported, some end up in hospital and some end up dead. Teenagers and young adults need constant education about the consequences of knife crime. There are always two sides to every story, no mother wants to bury their child and no mother wants to say her child took someone else's life. Our workshop which is run and delivered by young people is tailored for those who need to hear the message the most.
The sessions follow a similar pattern to the one below
- Group discussion
- Separating fact and opinions
- Joint Enterprise
- Role Play
- Short Film screening (Followed by a discussion)
- Question and Answer session
For more information or to book us to run a session at your school, prison, youth club or organisation please click the link below.