Workshops

We offer a range of workshops designed to help provide education to young people navigate their lives.

We are open for hosting them at your school, college, youth club, Pupil Referral Unit, Inclusion Unit, Young Offenders Institution, prison, community centre or place of worship.

All of our facilitators have a current CRB and will openly disclose it at your request.

To book one or more of our workshops for your organisation, please email us at:
info@thesalamproject.org
 

Anti-extremism and radicalisation workshops

Challenging extremist mind states, demonstrating positive alternatives and promoting citizenship. Challenging negative ISIS, Boko Haram & Al Shabab etc, narrative themes.

Drama

Experienced theatre and film Director using drama to engage young people.

Football

Our FA accredited coaches and ex-professional footballer network facilitate football coaching clinics to inspire young people.

Classes for women

Female empowerment and anti-female crimes workshops covering topics such as honour killing, FGM, forced marriages, domestic violence, girl gangs, jihadi brides.

Gang crime / Anti youth violence

Tapping into the root causes of gang crime, finding alternatives to conflict, proposed solutions and providing examples of former gang members who have made a positive change.

Urban Rap & poetry therapy

To engage marginalised, disenfranchised, disadvantaged youth to express themselves (without swearing/bad language). Through urban rap and poetry these workshops assist young people to improve their literacy too.

The job club workshop

This workshop teaches young people and long-term unemployed adults essential skills to adopt when applying for a job. Subjects include CV presentation, interview skills, posture, effective body language and positive mental attitudes.