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PEER POWER’S CEO PRESENTS YOUTH JUSTICE AWARD AT THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE NOW AWARDS -
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PEER POWER’S CEO PRESENTS YOUTH JUSTICE AWARD AT THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE NOW AWARDS

PEER POWER’S CEO PRESENTS YOUTH JUSTICE AWARD AT THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE NOW AWARDS

On November 28 Anne-Marie, Peer Power’s CEO, was honoured to present the Youth Justice Award at the Children and Young People Now Awards at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, London.

Huge congratulations to Essex Country Council who won the award for their POWER Project (Presenting Opportunities with Emotional Resilience) which provides early intervention support to children across Essex. On top of one-to-one work, POWER takes a multi-disciplinary approach, bringing parents, teachers and other professionals together to provide ongoing support.

Anne-Marie, CEO, Peer Power “I was delighted to present the Youth Justice Award at tonight’s Children & Young People Now Awards at the Hurlingham Club. It feels a long way from Bradford! Congratulations to Essex County Council on their win”.

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