Stand Against Violence works in communities throughout the UK to give people a chance to live in a world without violence.
The charity was established in 2005 in response to the murder of 17-year-old Lloyd Fouracre, who was beaten to death by a group of drunken youths.
What we do
Stand Against Violence works in communities throughout the UK to give people a chance to live in a world without violence
Age appropriate workshops and assemblies for ages 8-18 and Yound Adult Offender Workshops for under 25'sLearn more
Our training works to empower employees to deal with conflict positively, improving the outcome for organisationsLearn more
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Who we work with
Our Core Objectives
- Promoting good citizenship among young people
- Equipping young people with the skills they need to handle and avoid potentially violent situations
- Deliver anti-violence workshops, practical self-defence and vital first aid lessons in school and youth organisations
- Develop new and innovative educational resources combating the causes of violence in our communities