Voyage is proud to announce its support for a dynamic programme called The Ubuntu Police-Youth Roundtable. This is an innovative new project developed in partnership by the Tutu Foundation and Youth Futures and funded by the Mayors Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) and the Sir John Cass Foundation. Their mission is to improve relations between the police and young people through the philosophy of Ubuntu.

The project is seeking 50 young people from 10 inner London boroughs to act as ambassadors who will be trained to lead and facilitate their own round tables in their communities. The programme launch will be an inspirational event 18th March 2017 at Hackney Community College designed for young people to get to know more, become part of a new team of Ubuntu Ambassadors and understand projects requirements, including renumeration and long term benefits.

This will be an opportunity for you to,

  • Interact with other Ambassadors from the 10 participating London Boroughs,
  • Participate in facilitated exercises
  • Meet with and listen to inspirational leaders

At the launch event, you will receive a comprehensive information pack which has been designed to empower you and enhance your role as an Ambassador and help you to inspire your peers to participate in the Round Tables.

To find out more and sign up simply click here.

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