Sat, 23 Mar | 2Northdown

Parents in Pain: A journey of healing and restoration

As a parent your voice needs to be heard! Join us for this very practical workshop with barrister, author and mother Margaret Bankole
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Parents in Pain: A journey of healing and restoration

Time & Location

23 Mar 2019, 10:00 – 13:00
2Northdown, 2 Northdown St, Kings Cross, London N1 9BG, UK

About The Event

Are you worried about the violence affecting the youth in the UK? Do you have children that have been affected by gun and knife violence? Are you a parent in pain because of your child?

As a parent, your voice needs to be heard! Join us for this very practical and much needed workshop with barrister, author and mother Margaret Bankole.

Speaking from her own experience with a wayward son who turned his life around, Margaret Bankole will not only provide a voice of hope and transparency but will also teach you practical ways to reconnect and fight for your child. 


The workshop includes first-hand testimony, research context relevant to gang-affected youth, understanding the roles and complexities of young people in gangs, interactive exercises and introduction to practical tools for parents to engage and help their children affected by gun and knife crime.

As a practising barrister, she will also address the criminal justice system, legal advice and representation.

It really doesn’t matter how far your children fall, they can come back!


Content

  • Fighting & Winning
  • Unconditional Love
  • How to avoid prison the ‘Revolving Door’?
  • How to spot the Tell-Tale signs?
  • Knowing what is in your house
  • Taking back your emotional, mental, psychological health
  • Making a brand new start
  • What to do if your child is abusing you
  • Don’t give up!

This workshop is for you if...

  • you are a parent in pain
  • you need help and support dealing with your child
  • you have a child who is currently involved in youth violence
  • you need support after losing a child
  • you are worried about your child becoming involved in youth violence

"Margaret opened our eyes to the mindsets of today's youth on the streets. "

Tutor profile

Margaret Bankole is a minister and social advocate. She is a Barrister by profession and has been practising law for over 30 years. She is married to Pastor Tawa Bankole, her husband of 30 years and they have 4 children. Together they pastor an Assemblies of God Church in Forest Gate, London.

Margaret campaigns with charities and government projects to end gang violence. She delivered a powerful speech on the current social economic issue and the ongoing violence amongst our youth in the House of Commons alongside Rev. Al Sharpton and Diane Abbott MP.

Her award winning work has seen her appear on various TV and radio programmes such as Sky News, TBN, BEN TV, Revelation TV, Premier radio, OmegaFM and more

She is a core member of Blaksox, a social action movement which aims to look at what affects us all as a Public Health phenomenon, what affects us politically economically and socially.

For more information about Margaret Bankole visit: www.margaretbankole.com Instagram and Twitter: MargaretBankole Facebook:

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