No matter how much we think the diversity agenda has moved forward, recent political developments suggest that big issues still remain. Young people are at the sharp end of this shift in attitudes and we risk derailing their transition to adulthood if we don’t work to understand and address the challenges they face. An exciting group of policy makers, community leaders and young people will discuss what both the sector and government can do about it.
Chaired by Naima Sakande, Programme Lead (Young Women’s Work) at Leap Confronting Conflict. The panel includes Dr Emily Dawson from UCL, Lucy Bushill-Matthews, CEO of MADE and Imran Muhammad – Associate Trainer at Me and You Education.