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Book Tickets for the Savera UK Youth Led Conference

By Shauna from Savera UK

For the first time Savera UK is putting on a youth led conference. The Savera UK young people have been working hard to develop and deliver the conference, which will be during UK Parliament Week (UK Parliament Week takes place every year in November to encourage young people and adults throughout the UK to take an active interest in politics). The conference will take place on Tuesday 13th November.

This is the second year, Savera UK is taking part in UK Parliament Week. This year and for the first time we will be holding a youth led conference where the young people are taking the lead in developing and delivering the conference and as part of this, they are also creating a film to specifically address harmful practices and certain issues that they think are important to them.

The conference will consist of live Q&A panel with, local councillors, community members, education and health representatives and will be chaired by the young people.

The conference will also include a very inspiring survivor's story. Along with Savera UK’s Patron, Nazir Afzal (Former Chief Crown Prosecutor for North West England) and the new Savera UK Ambassador, Maya Jama (Radio and TV Presenter) the Savera UK board and team would like to invite you to attend.

This event will take place on Tuesday 13th November at 2pm – 5pm at The Conference Centre at LACE, Liverpool, L17 1AA.

The overall aim of the conference is to raise awareness from young people for young people of the topics Savera UK covers, in relation to harmful practices and abuse. It also an opportunity for young people to build their confidence to speak out about their rights/concerns and how it impacts on their daily life and future.

**We will be filming the final scene of our film at the conference and will need a few background extras. If for any reason you would not like to take part in this then please email shaunal@saverauk.co.uk**



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