Just One Favour – Child Criminal Exploitation (County Lines)

"Explores & focuses on the grooming process, warning signs and negative impact of Child Criminal Exploitation."

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Workshop

Child criminal exploitation is an interactive forum theatre performance and workshop using professional actors and specialist facilitators to explore key issues around exploitation and serious youth violence.

Aims

Improve understanding of child criminal exploitation

Increase awareness of triggers and warning signs for exploitation / grooming

Improve skills for holding difficult or challenging conver

Reduce risk of violence and harmful behaviours

Explore safety and prevention strategies including how to get help

Increase resilience to grooming and exploitation

This particular performance focuses on the grooming process, warning signs and negative impact of CCE.

The workshop involves interactive debate and discussion exercises and engagement with the actors in performance in order to search for solutions.

There is a post-performance discussion to explore triggers, warning signs and vulnerabilities, safety planning and signposting to available support services.

This programme of work was initially commissioned by Tameside Council.

Logistics

The workshop is 60 to 90 minutes long and can be repeated up to 5 times per day

This workshop is suitable for year 7’s upward

Safeguarding staff and support must be available for debriefs / follow up

Costs

Costs depend on:

Additional / specific requirements of partner

Location/travel/accommodation needs

Evaluation depth / requirements

Number of preparatory meetings required

Requests for additional staff

Usually between £450 and £560 per half day. £560 and £950 per full day (including facilitator and team of actors and multiple performances per day)

Become A Participant

You can self-refer to some of our ongoing community sessions.

We deliver FREE WEEKLY workshops at Moss Side Powerhouse in partnership with Manchester Young Lives.

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