Our goal is to bring people together to increase cohesion and make communities safer for everyone. There is a number of ways in which we can support you and your organisation in addressing issues that affect your community, whilst improving your services.
The ‘bystander effect’ refers to situations in which individuals do not offer any means of help to a victim when other people are present. This training explores the reasons why people do not intervene, identifies the process that people go through to determine what action they will take, and examines how interventions can be made safely that support the victim.
For organisations or businesses that feel they ought to be doing more to promote community cohesion amongst their service users but are not sure where to start. Our audit looks at the public-facing areas of your organisation and identifies simple but effective changes you can make to improve and maintain community cohesion.
Our dialogues are usually held in groups of 12 - 25 people and participants are led through discussions on sensitive topics that most people shy away from such as discrimination, prejudice and extremism. By creating a safe environment for ‘honest conversation’ our dialogue gets to the root causes of mistrust, fear and anger and helps to build bridges and communication.