Which Way?

Which Way? Presentation Video from Holdens on Vimeo.

Which Way? is an invaluable resource for anyone working with young men in a social context. Focused on complex safeguarding, Which Way? highlights the ways in which an individual can be exploited and the consequences of making bad choices.

Young men are at particular risk of being drawn into criminal activity. Often gang-related, this can include:

• Child Sexual Exploitation
• Domestic Violence
• Substance Misuse
• Organised Crime

Which Way? seeks to address this issue.

Designed specifically for professionals who work directly with young males, the resource allows you to explore a variety of topical issues in an honest, open and non-judgemental manner – either in a group setting or one-to-one basis.

The central element of Which Way? is a 15 minute film with built in ‘pause points’ to help facilitate discussion. This is accompanied by lesson plans and a Practitioner Support booklet.

By working through the resources, you will be able to open up discussions and explore the views of young people to develop a much clearer understanding of:

• What exploitation is
• What peer abuse is
• What consent is
• The legal consequences of certain activities
• The emotional consequences for an offender, his family and victim
• How to get confidential help and advice

Which Way? was developed closely with Greater Manchester Police and Oldham Community Service’s Youth Offending Team.

Price - £150 + VAT

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