Roshni are hosting a national event on Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and Radicalisation on the 20th May 2015 in Glasgow.
We want to provide a platform for minority ethnic (ME) young people to have their viewpoints heard on these important and pressing issues. That’s why we are inviting a cross section of ME young people and community members to take part in a free-flowing, no holds barred discussion on these topics. If you are a young person and from a ME community, you’ll be able to give your opinions on what you think are the causes and solutions to radicalisation and CSE, all within a safe and non-judgemental setting.
We also want to give young people the chance to interact with those who are able to influence the decision making process. For this reason, we will be bringing together a selection of professionals from the public, private and third sectors to participate in the debate. Our hope is that young people and policymakers will come together to collaborate and to speak as equals. If you represent an organisation that has a responsibility or interest in either of these areas, it is vital that you attend.
This event will be a fundamental discussion around what CSE and radicalisation mean for ME young people in Scotland. This is the first and only gathering of its kind and it is a conversation that crucially needs to happen – we would expect anyone with a stake in Scotland’s youth to want to take part. It’s set to be the debate of the decade.
If you would like more information on the event please contact:
Telephone: 0141 218 4010