Tag: Champions Support Network
This article was first published by Fighting Knife Crime London on their website and in issue four of their magazine. Reproduced with permission. With thanks to Bruce Houlder CB QC DL, Project Founder Fighting Knife Crime London, and Dr. Nadia
We’re pleased to announce that the Champions Support Network, our programme to support parents and carers through peer mentoring, has received new funding and will offering support well into 2022. The Champions Support Network originally began in late 2020, when
On 7th May 2020 the city of Richmond, Virginia, USA joined the International Charter for Compassion, a global movement guided by the Golden Rule of treating others as you wish others to treat you. Richmond wants compassion to be at the core of its community. What if every organisation put compassion at the core of their business culture?
The word ‘ubuntu’ expresses the African philosophy of wholeness – it presupposes that one’s humanity is bound up with nature and with other people in the community. A popular idiom in many African communities is ‘one is an animal but two is a community’: humanity comes through being part of the community; all human beings are members of an extended family.
During Lockdown 1.0, we developed our support to parents, with new initiatives like our remote one-to-one support sessions for parents and an online parent support group to help and encourage parents as they faced the challenges of parenting through lockdown