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This book demonstrates how young people can be engaged in a creative and challenging process that explores the costs, gains and consequences of the choices they make around their gang membership. It provides a tried-and-tested training programme for anyone involved in conflict resolution with young people in groups or gangs.
Jessie Feinstein has been working with young people in gangs since 1994. She worked in the US with young people in custody, often due to gang involvement, and subsequently has worked throughout the UK with gang members and the adults that work with them. Nia Imani Kuumba has worked with young people and professionals in the Caribbean, Europe and the US since 1984, and is a senior trainer in conflict resolution. Jessie and Nia have been working on Leap's Gangs and Territorialism Programme since 2001 and continue to set up training programmes for both adults and gang members. These programmes were developed based on the experiences of young gang members throughout the UK and successful interventions in the UK, USA and mainland Europe. Leap Confronting Conflict is a national voluntary youth organisation and registered charity providing opportunities, regionally and nationally, for young people and adults to explore creative approaches to conflicts in their lives.