Treating knife crime as a public health issue : from ambition to reality
On Monday 3 June, the Young Fabians is holding a panel discussion exploring the policies and strategies that a future Labour Government could and should be adopting to halt the rise in knife crime and find a solution to its root causes.

The discussion from this event will feed into a Young Fabians contribution to Labour's National Policy Forum consultation on 'Building an effective criminal justice system', providing policy ideas on how to halt the rise in violent crime discussed at the event.

We are looking for two YF members to work with us on this submission. This would involve attending the panel discussion on 3 June (either in person or by video link) and helping to summarise and produce a written consultation response, to be submitted to the National Policy Forum by 28 June. Please register your interest by midnight on Monday 27 May.

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Outline why you are interested in working with us on this and how you think a future Labour Government should be tackling knife crime (200 words max) *
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