Standing Together For Youth Violence- Rally At Trafalgar Square April 6th

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Standing Together For Youth Violence- Rally At Trafalgar Square April 6th

The time to stand up for change is now

Following the continued social issue of knife crime and its devastating consequences British churches, Christian charities and voluntary organisations are working jointly to host Standing Together, a public rally against knife crime and youth violence in Trafalgar Square on April 6th.
Rev Les Isaac, CEO for the Ascension Trust commented, “Like most of the country, Britain’s Christian community have been greatly concerned and impacted by the knife crime and youth violence that is becoming a common occurrence in London and urban areas. Just last month five people got stabbed in the course of 24 hours.
Ascension Trust has been at the forefront of implementing solutions to the issue of knife crime, youth violence and gangs in Britain’s urban areas.  The Ascension Trust runs a number of initiatives which includes Street Pastors, School Pastors and last year they launched the Synergy Network, a coalition which represents charities, churches and voluntary organisations working together to reduce knife crime and youth violence.
Join the Ascension Trust Synergy Network & Partners- in the Standing Together Rally at Trafalgar Square from 2-4pm. The theme of the rally is to Stand Together for the following:
  1. with families and communities impacted by violent crime
  2. working against violent crime
  3. to find effective solutions to combat violent crime
  4. to support all who have been affected by violent crime

Please register your attendance here

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