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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> London's Green MEP RESETs Lewisham's Next Generation
عدد مرات القراءة 19692006-03-12

LONDON’S GREEN MEP RESETS LEWISHAM’S NEXT GENERATION

London’s Green MEP, Jean Lambert, today visited the RESET Project in
Lewisham helping 15 –25 year old, young offenders resettle into the
Borough.

RESET (Resettlement, Education, Support, Employment and Training) is one
of the biggest ever resettlement partnerships led by a voluntary sector
organisation. Over two years the organisation has worked with 1000 young
offenders helping them find employment in a stable and supported
environment.

During her visit, Jean, who is a member of the Employment and Social
Affairs Committee in the European Parliament, told how important the
support from the project was to not only improve opportunities for young
people but also to prevent offenders being re-convicted. Jean said; “In
2004 91% of girls and 89% of boys in prison said they wanted to stop
offending and they believed that getting a job was the most likely way
to help. Even though they felt that they had gained new skills whilst in
custody, increasing their chances of finding employment, they still
required help and advice to re-establish them selves in the Borough.

“Reasons for young people offending often stem from their lifestyle,
routine and family support. Sadly these situations don’t often change
whilst they are in prison and, without support from organisations such
as RESET, their release sees them ‘back at square-one’ with the
temptation to re-offend ever present.

“The work at RESET is really very exciting and could lead to positive
changes in the way these issues are handled throughout the rest of the UK.”

RESET is part funded by the European Social fund under the Equal
Community Initiative Programme.






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