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I'm attending a seminar this afternoon to find out more about an exciting competition from the Social Innovation Camp and NESTA which I thought you might be interested in.

I'm attending a seminar this afternoon to find out more about an exciting competition from the Social Innovation Camp and NESTA which I thought you might be interested in.

Jailbrake is a competition to find and support great ideas that could break this cycle of youth offending and re-offending using simple web and mobile tools.

They want to bring together those who have an idea about how to slow down and stop the cycle of youth offending – whether they’re part of a youth offending team, a service user, police officer or a member of a local community – with people who can make their ideas idea a reality.

They want to find the best ideas and turn them into real projects with a helping hand from software developers, designers and funders.

This afternoons seminar is for anyone interested in finding out more about NESTA’s Jailbrake competition.This ideas evening is an opportunity to find out more about how the competition works. You’ll be able to meet other people interested in innovation in youth offending and take part in a short workshop session to show you how we can help source good ideas and begin turning them into prototype projects.

There will be a chance to talk to the Social Innovation Camp and NESTA team to ask questions about how you can get involved and to discuss your own project ideas.

You can find out more at www.jailbrake.org

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