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Thu, 12 May


Peel Room, Bury Town Hall

#WeStandTogether Difficult Dialogue: COVID-19 and Young People's Resilience

How has COVID-19 affected young people? •How can we respond to increased youth mental health issues? •What can we do to build resilience?

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#WeStandTogether Difficult Dialogue: COVID-19 and Young People's Resilience
#WeStandTogether Difficult Dialogue: COVID-19 and Young People's Resilience

Time & Location

12 May 2022, 18:00 – 19:30

Peel Room, Bury Town Hall, Knowsley Place, Knowsley St, Bury BL9 0ST, UK

About the event

Our next Difficult Dialogue on 'COVID-19 and Young People's Resilience', in partnership with many wonderful organisations, will give you the opportunity to discuss the effect of COVID-19 on young people and how they should be supported, and support each other, in the months ahead. The event is open to all and will be hybrid with both in-person and on-line access. In-person venue: Peel Room, Bury Town Hall Zoom link will be sent after registration. ALL DONATIONS WILL GO TO SUPPORT WE STAND TOGETHER'S COHESION WORK IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

We will address key questions including:

  • How has the disproportionate effect of COVID-19 on minoritised communities affected young people?
  • How should we respond to the huge increase in mental health issues amongst young people?
  • What can young people do to build their, and their peers', resilience going forward?

The format for dialogues is a conversation and not a debate. People can share personal experiences and opinions. When we disagree we do so with respect. This is about listening and sharing.

All discourse should be undertaken in a spirit of understanding, hearing others – an antidote to ‘fake news’ and conflict-speak.

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