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2017 – New ways of working

Development of new ways of working, such as: 

Junior Peacemakers – one-day courses bringing together children from across the region to engage with a variety of topics linked to peace making 

Anawim – courses for vulnerable women in collaboration with Anawim, a centre for women in Birmingham 

Restorative Whole School Approach – a whole school approach to peace making 

Minus violence plus peace and Positive Peace Groups – work initially funded by the Home Office to reduce knife crime with young people at risk of exclusion.  One to one and small group work with secondary aged young people.