Does help against gang violence work?

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Does help against gang violence work?
8th October 2014

Gang violence has long troubled London. While many institutions and charities alike work to tackle the problems which affect young people in the capital, solutions often seem to be in short supply. Actor/Producer, Aymen Hamdouchi, discusses whether the work done in hospitals to combat gang violence works. 

Aymen argues that the solutions presently available to young people are often unsuitable to the individuals, making them unattractive and unsustainable. 

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