Uncovering Resilience in the Next Generation

New solutions to the challenges facing young people today

4th October 2019

Hendon, London.


A 1-day open house for educational leaders, teachers, policy makers, social workers and local authority workers in the field of education, youth, community and mental health work.

To solve any recurring problem, you need to address it at source.

This event is not about becoming more aware of these problems – it is about understanding them at source and finding sustainable solutions.

Stress, worry, anxiety, self-image, social media, violence and knife crime are just some of the enormous issues facing our young today.

Pioneering thought leaders, inspirational speakers, best-selling authors, leading educators and expert panelists, alongside young people sharing lived experience, will all share innovative approaches for building sustainable resilience, wellbeing and mental health in our youth.

Movement to Work

MtW is a collaboration of UK employers committed to tackling youth unemployment through high-quality work experience and other work opportunities. 80,000 work placements have been made possible by employers, charities and Government working together through MtW. Collectively they have provided young people with diverse and empowering experiences ranging from hospitality to engineering. Working with MtW, employers create work experience placements for unemployed young people between 16-30 years of age, particularly those who have been out of work, education or training for some time.

MtW works with charity partners that specialise in addressing particular issues, which includes long-term unemployment, homelessness, mental-health and young offenders. These charities provide a pipeline of young people who will benefit from a work placement. MtW’s employer members include Accenture, BAE Systems, Barclays, BT, BUPA, Centrica, the Department for Work and Pensions, Diageo, HSBC, IBM, Marks and Spencer, Marriott International, NHS, Tesco, Unilever and Wates, amongst others.

Molly Rose Foundation

Following the tragic loss of Molly Rose, the Russell family and their friends successfully applied to the Charity Commission to register a charitable foundation in Molly’s memory.

The aim of the Molly Rose Foundation is suicide prevention, targeted towards young people under the age of 25. We want to help spot those suffering from mental illness and connect them to the help, support and practical advice they need.

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