HAVE YOUR SAY AT THE YOUNG PEOPLE’S
PREVENTING VIOLENT EXTREMISM (PVE)
DISCUSSION, DEBATE, QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
To be held on 10th March 2010, from 6.30pm – 8.30pm at
Dunstall Community Centre,
Dunstall Avenue, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton, WV6 0HN
The purpose of the debate session is to hear the views and opinions held by young people and the local communities, with good attendance/representation from Muslim community at the event. The debate will be focused particularly on the contemporary social phenomenon commonly known as violent extremism.
Session facilitated by: Naz – Mohammad Nazir – Introduction and welcome, he will be discussing the topic and sharing his experience as a CEO working with BME United, Co – facilitator: Bhajan Singh Devsi – Chairperson BME United and former member of West Midlands Police Authority.
Presentation by: Yousiff Meah – Government Office for West Midlands on radicalisation process: why young people are vulnerable; and the questions that working partners need to address to enable them to effectively work together.
Invited Guest Panel Members are:
– Joanne Lancaster – Assistant Chief Executive – Wolverhampton City Council
– Paul Salahuddin Armstrong – Wulfruna Sufi Association
– Lisa Bird – SPO – Counter Terrorism Unit
– Local Community Members
Please attend, have your say on the above topic and share your views on any other local issues and concerns
After the debate session refreshment will be provided
For all enquiries & bookings please contact the following
before 3rd March 2010:
BME United Ltd 40 Bromley Street, Blakenhall,
Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV2 3AS
Tel: 01902 772600/602/603 Fax: 01902 772605