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Leap Confronting Conflict

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Leap Confronting Conflict

5 - 7 Wells Terrace

London, Greater London,N4 3JU

United Kingdom

Company Description

Leap Confronting Conflict publishes easy to use resources to support you in working with young people and conflict. From our action research projects and programme development, we have developed a number of publications and resources that draw on the knowled...more

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www.leapconfrontingconflict.org.uk

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Trainer Kweku Aacht Trainer Kweku Aacht joined Leap in 2008 with a background ranging from training for London Underground to mediating with Hackney Mediation Service. Since then he has delivered many of our youth programmes and adult programmes. He is one of our most creative and enthusiastic trainers. Outside of Leap, Kweku trains for a wide range of organisations and recently he facilitated a symposium in South Africa for Desmond & Leon Tutu Legacy Foundation UK, which brought together all the international organisations under the Tutu umbrella. Kweku is also a dancer and a musician and runs his own nutrition and wellness business Together with Kweku Aacht and Katharine Yates, Petra is running her own company deep:black which specialises in using the arts to work creatively with conflicts.


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Kweku Aacht Trainer Kweku Aacht joined Leap in 2008 with a background ranging from training for London Underground to mediating with Hackney Mediation Service. Since then he has delivered many of our youth programmes and adult programmes. He is one of our most creative and enthusiastic trainers. Outside of Leap, Kweku trains for a wide range of organisations and recently he facilitated a symposium in South Africa for Desmond & Leon Tutu Legacy Foundation UK, which brought together all the international organisations under the Tutu umbrella. Kweku is also a dancer and a musician and runs his own nutrition and wellness business. Together with Kweku Aacht and Katharine Yates, Petra is running her own company deep:black which specialises in using the arts to work creatively with conflicts.


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Kweku Aacht Trainer Kweku Aacht is a Hackney-based artist who's been working as a facilitator and youth worker for over 10 years. Kweku initially began working with Leap through his job as outreach worker for Hackney Mediation Service in 2006, connecting the PeerLink programme to Hackney where he is a volunteer mediator. Together with Kweku Aacht and Katharine Yates, Petra is running her own company deep:black which specialises in using the arts to work creatively with conflicts.


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Kweku Aacht Kweku Aacht is a Hackney-based artist who's been working as a facilitator and youth worker for over 10 years. Kweku initially began working with Leap through his job as outreach worker for Hackney Mediation Service in 2006, connecting the PeerLink programme to Hackney where he is a volunteer mediator. As a facilitator he's worked with various organisations including Hackney Empire, Transport for London and the Peabody Trust, delivering a range of subjects from music production to peer mediation.


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