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RSA youth action

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The Digital Skills Hub, WS1 1RS

Join the RSA and UK Youth for and evening focused around Youth social action. This event will feature a debate around youth voice in society and talks from local Youth Activists.

Zaynab Sohawon FRSA

ZeZe is a lived experience practitioner and is autistic with lived experience of psychosis and personality disorder. She uses her lived experience of being sectioned for 4 years as a teen, in psychiatric intensive care and secure units, to impact meaningful change in the world around her, across the UK and beyond.

She is an experienced mental health speaker and has spoken at the Institute for Mental Health, the Royal College of Psychiatry and NHS Confederation Mental Health Network. She is also a part time lecturer at 2 universities for Children and Adolescent Mental Health Nursing and Social work. She has spoken at a TEDx event in 2021 about suicide prevention and mental health struggles she has encountered. In 2022, ZeZe represented UK at a global youth mental health conference where she was chosen to present flowers to royalty and create a peer support programme for internationally-travelling young people.

Bajabulile Darryl Bhebhe

Bajabulile Darryl Bhebhe is a passionate and driven advocate for youth empowerment, social justice and sustainable change. As a Youth Ambassador for Action for Children, he has played a pivotal role in advocating, campaigning, and supporting vulnerable children and young people. Their work involves providing practical and emotional support while ensuring the voices of young people are heard through campaigns to bring lasting improvements. Darryl's involvement with AFC further demonstrates his passion for empowering young people.

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