Our project focuses on the recent epidemic of domestic and sexual abuse. Apart from the most obvious potential result of loss of life, knife crime and use of illegal drags as can also be a contributing factor to preventing communities from progression, as well as creating anxiety in everyday life – in families, schools, and workplaces. As community members, we have a duty to work with other communities to enable a feeling of safety and security. We will run workshops in mosques on and communities. It will reduce the commonness, presence and harm of domestic and sexual violence and abuse on everyone. As many youths have no clue about the value of life. Our workshops and awareness of the repercussions that domestic, sexual abuse and forced marriege can definitaly reduce the abuses as we tell them if you fall in it can break all aspects of both the involved parties life. These workshops will be held with women and men and youths across the city, St Mathews, Evington, and highfield.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
Our project is important and good idea, because: • It can remove the thought of aggressions and abuse from minds. • It can prevent a crime or number of crimes. • And it will decrease the amount of anger within the society. • It brings members of the community together. • Members of our communities will have a commitment to team up against these epidemics. The beneficiaries are the young people who are, or could be, victims of domestic violence. This includes: • Those who victimised or witnessed a domestic violence. • Those who use drags or sale drags. • Those carrying knives and those who are attacked with knives. • Our project will reduce it. Along with Hanan, there are 4 people who will support him in educating both youths and parents against domestic and sexual abuses. the only thing that gives us the desired result is sharing experiences, direct education, and working with communities, parents, and youth. Hanan is MA in global journalism from Coventry University.
Steps to get it done:
Ideally we wish to help lower the amount of knife crime within Leicestershire. Although we know that we cannot completely eradicate the problem, we know that our project will, at the very least, help raise awareness of knife crime statistics, repercussions and alternative ways to resolve differences within and between groups. More awareness means that it will be more visible to everyone and thus not something that can be ‘brushed under the carpet’. Many people do not feel that they will fall victim and so they do not openly discuss the issue. We wish to change that perception through the education we have planned. In 2016 Mr Abdul Hanan Habibzai initiated Helping Orphans. His career as a journalist and the increasing amount of violence occurring in his country of birth Afghanistan has taught him how to work with aggressors, and how to help them find their place in society, to feel responsible and productive for all and to work with his community and bring a good feeling of security.
About the space
Leicester City Council