Engaging young people In positive activities to promote social inclusion, reduce anti-social / offending behaviour and strengthen community cohesion.
Our aim is to see a year when there has been ZERO death's of a young person from knife or a violent crime.
Project Zero main aim is to see a year when there has been ZERO deaths of a young person through knife or violent crime.
Engage Young People in Positive Activities to promote social inclusion and reduce anti-social / offending behaviour.
Raise the aspirations of young people in reaching their full potential and grow into well adjusted adults.
Help young people to feel safe and part of their Community.
Deliver creative and exciting projects that engage young people in positive activities.
Encourage young people to engage in Youth Social Action projects. To be part of the change.
Create long lasting sustainable projects that will have a wider impact for the community as a whole.
Create and promote employment opportunities for the most at risk young people of becoming a victim or perpetuator of a violent crime.
Support young people into further education, employment or training where appropriate, through workshops, events and information sharing.
Facilitate networking events and activities for other organisations that engage young people with our same agenda.
Share resources, good practices, tools and templates for engaging young people.
Work in partnership with other like-minded organisations to tackle the complex issues around knife and violent crime.
Youth voices are important because decisions and policies made today will directly affect what they inherit in the future.
Our Youth social action activities will ensure that young people make a positive difference to their own community
and issues that effect them.
Project Zero WF cic
Founder & Operational Manager