UEL-led youth mentoring programme to be probed

City Hall today puts a University of East London-led mentoring scheme to avert youth crime under the spotlight.

The London Assembly Time for Action Panel will questions the objectives of the operating consortium set up by London Mayor’s �1.3m mentoring programme.

They will also hear from his advisors about the provision of youth services in London and the role of mentoring.

The public meeting, part of the Panel’s review of progress on delivering the Mayor’s Time for Action programme, takes place from 2.30pm in the Committee Room 5 at City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1.

It can also be viewed via webcast.


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