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Nominations open for Lighting the Fire

Gaby Hasham, Events Assistant
Tuesday 13th March 2018

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Lighting the Fire is Leap Confronting Conflict’s annual awards ceremony, celebrating the young people, adults and organisations that excel at supporting young people to manage the conflict in their lives. This year’s event is set to take place on the 23 May 2018 at Bloomberg’s new European Headquarters.

Nominations for awards are now open and will close at 5pm on Friday 13 April.

At Leap we know that conflict can take many forms, whether that's violence, aggression, relationship breakdown with family and friends, low self-esteem, bullying or self-harm. Every day we see volunteers and professionals carrying out inspirational work to support young people as they become experts at managing conflict.

Lighting the Fire is a chance for young people, organisations, funders and guests from across all sectors to come together to celebrate and shine the spotlight on the extraordinary people who make this work happen.

This year we have three award categories:

  1. Inspirational Adult
  2. Young Leader (11-25 years old)
  3. Project or Organisation

This is where you come in! Nominations for our awards are now open and will close at 5pm on Friday 13th April. To take part download the nomination form above and send to Gaby Hasham at gabyhasham@leapcc.org.uk

Hear what winning meant to last year's Inspirational Adult - Farial Missi.

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