We’re very excited to announce that LifeLine Projects has recently been awarded £500,000 from the Mayor of London’s New Deal for Young People fund to deliver our award-winning SW!TCH mentoring programme to schools across Barking and Dagenham, Havering, and Redbridge
Back in June 2021, we presented you with some stats from the first full year of SW!TCH Minds. The programme has now been operating for over two full years and two cohorts of young people have taken part in a
We’re excited to welcome Ruth to the LifeLine team, where she’ll be guiding our youth work and the SW!TCH programme as our new Head of Young People’s Services.
We hope you enjoy getting to know Ruth as much as we did!
On 19 January 2022, we hosted the online event, What is the Future for Generation Zoom? Finding your herd, where we looked at the long-term effects of multiple lockdowns and two years of social distancing on the mental health of young people. During the event, LifeLine Projects CEO Nathan got to speak with two young people from our SW!TCH programme, about their experiences and the support they received thanks to mentoring.
We wanted to share a few of the inspiring stories we’ve been hearing from young people currently taking part in SW!TCH Minds.
We are excited to welcome Anistasia to the LifeLine team, who will be working on our new capacity-building SW!TCH Communities programme in the local area. We hope you enjoy getting to know Ani as much as we did!
Stop and search is a popular crime monitoring tool utilised by the Metropolitan Police. It’s viewed as one of the best ways to tackle crime and keep our streets safe. The police have the right to stop and search anyone,
On Wednesday 19th January 2022, we hosted an online event to explore the effects of lockdown on young people and the impact on their mental health.
LifeLine is pleased to announce the launch of a new capacity building programme, SW!TCH Communities. The programme is funded by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime through the Violence Reduction Unit and the local councils of Barking and Dagenham,
I read recently in a Metropolitan Police report that London youth crime figures have decreased by 50% over the last five years but, in the last year alone, the use of stop and search in England and Wales had risen