'Girls Allowed' tackles knife crime

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'Girls Allowed' tackles knife crime

The Met-led event 'Girls Allowed' brought people from various multi-faith communities together, with a call to action.

The aim was to inspire under-represented women from within these communities to help tackle crime issues across London. 

The event, held in Westminster, emphasised to the audience the importance of their contributions to society, as well as providing them with the necessary support mechanisms to help them drive forward the messages and partnerships needed to tackle knife and hate crime.

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