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One year on with Talia Kensit

Alicia Edmund
Saturday 23rd May 2020
To remember the evening and celebrate grassroot activism, our communications team caught up with Talia to catch up on what she has been up to since she won Young Leader Award and learn how Youth Realities team are adjusting to life in lock down." data-share-imageurl="">

Saturday 23 May 2020, marks one year since Leap’s last Lighting the Fire Awards. The pandemic has significantly changed how local communities and grassroot organisations engage and work with young people. Nevertheless, many remain committed to supporting young people through and beyond the pandemic and have transferred service provision online.

To remember the evening and celebrate grassroot activism, our communications team caught up with Talia to catch up on what she has been up to since she won Young Leader Award and learn how Youth Realities team are adjusting to life in lock down. Click to listen to audio recording below.

 

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Youth Realities Ltd is a youth-lead organisation addressing teenage abuse relationships in a creative and compassionate way. If you are interested in connecting with Talia and the team, visit their Instagram page, Youth Realities.

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