Therapeutic Intervention for Peace (TIP)

The TIP programme responds to the challenges faced by young people and communities through culturally sensitive support for those who need it most.

Background

Power The Fight empowers communities to tackle the causes and effects of youth violence.

Out of 8000 11-16 year-olds interviewed in London, their top concerns in their local area were:

  1. People being violent (31%)
  2. People joining gangs (30%)
  3. People carrying knives (29%)

Source: – London Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime

The TIP programme responds to the challenges faced by young people and communities through culturally sensitive support for those who need it most.

TIP doesn’t just talk about these challenges. We actively work with young people and families to co-design support that improves their wellbeing and resilience.

What does a Culturally Sensitive School Look like?

TIP Reports

TIP Interim Report (January 2022)

This interim report evaluates the first phase of delivery from September 2021 to January 2022, presenting evidence of impact and interim findings, along with recommendations for the continuing work and potential expansion.

TIP Pilot

Following the launch of the TIP Report in 2020, Power The Fight has begun to pilot the report’s recommendations and is currently working in three schools in South East London. As part of this pilot, we partnered with the Youth Justice Board and Lewisham Council for the first three months of 2021. The findings from this period are summarised in this short film, or you can download the evaluation report below.

TIP Report