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The latest news and blogs from Community Links
22 January 2019 | Hiba Mohamed
Hiba Mohamed shares her highlights of 2018 as an Advisor on the Create Your Future project.
16 January 2019 | Daniel Willis
This week we are publishing our key findings and recommendations from our research into the root causes of youth violence. This project heard opinions from over 200 people in Newham.
3 January 2019
This month, Community Links published the findings from its Community Conversations project which engaged with over 200 people on the issue of knife crime and youth violence in Newham.
18 December 2018
"It’s been a great year at Community Links and we are looking forward to 2019. Thanks to all of our supporters, funders, partners and to our community for making our work possible."
Arvinda Gohil - Chief Executive
6 December 2018 | Daniel Willis
Community Links has published its findings from an audit of the Early Action practitioner network, as well as a plan of action for how to take forward the Early Action agenda.
3 December 2018
The UK Government’s Chief Social Worker for Adults, Lyn Romeo, explains how Early Action is "the bread and butter of social work."
21 November 2018 | Daniel Willis
We hosted an evidence-gathering session with Professor Philip Alston in which over 100 members of the local community shared and listened to testimony.
8 November 2018
We have partnered with Eastside Community Heritage to screen a short film on community leader Kamal Chunchie on Friday 9th November
1 November 2018
This month, The Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock shared his for a “new 21st century focus on prevention”. The government launched a new National Hate Crime Plan which is part of their wider strategy to combat hate crime.
30 October 2018
Between 5 and 16 November, Professor Alston will be visiting different parts of the UK to gather evidence about the effects of austerity, poverty and inequality.