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We are delighted to announce that we have a new partner http://www.kerbfood.com providing work experience placements for young people at risk of exclusion from school, offending or anti-social behaviour. As part of our Lottery Funded Initiative and building upon the success of our schools programme Engage, Influence and Inspire, The Liminality Group will now offer young people this fantastic opportunity following their […]

Our New Partner- KERB


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  Week two saw twenty-one young people at risk of exclusion Engaged, Influenced and Inspired by TLG. The team showcased their ability to change communication styles skillfully as they began a new programme for students in Year 8 and 9 in East Croydon. In spite of their youth, the group shared honestly and openly on the effect that […]

Engage, Influence and Inspire BLOG 2


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We are delighted to have started the delivery of our schools prevention programme Engage, Influence and Inspire in four South-East London schools. The programme had been delivered to groups of year 9 and 10 students in 2015 resulting in a reduction in permanent exclusions and significantly increasing the academic achievement of those at risk of exclusion, anti-social behaviour, offending, […]

Our Lottery Funded Schools Programme Engage, Influence and Inspire Begins


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The future of the Youth Justice Board (YJB) is in doubt, with the quango unlikely to continue in its present form once a government review of the youth justice system is completed, the organisation’s chief executive has said. Speaking to CYP Now, Lin Hinnigan said she believes the way youth justice is overseen will change once a government-ordered […]

The future of the Youth Justice Board is in doubt


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The law which has allowed people to be convicted of murder even if they did not inflict the fatal blow has been wrongly interpreted for more than 30 years, the Supreme Court has ruled. The joint enterprise law has been used to convict people in gang-related cases if defendants “could” have foreseen violent acts by their associates. However, […]

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Interesting article on children trusting social workers… By Jack Brookes I was, on reflection, very lucky. With the exception of six months or so when she was unwell, I had the same social worker, Marie, for my 14 years in care. I remember a benign figure who would appear every now and then and take me out to […]

Why should children trust their social workers?


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