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Peer Power Expert Whitney Clark speaks on Youth Violence Panel at 10 Downing Street - Peer Power
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Peer Power Expert Whitney Clark speaks on Youth Violence Panel at 10 Downing Street

Peer Power Expert Whitney Clark speaks on Youth Violence Panel at 10 Downing Street

Peer Power Expert and Advisory Board member Whitney Clark visited 10 Downing Street today on behalf of the Youth Justice Board to speak on a panel about youth violence as part of the Serious Violence Summit. She spoke with passion about how vital it is to involve young people if we are to understand and tackle serious violence, and the importance of employing young people with lived experience. Congratulations Whitney!

 

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