Love Staying Safe Campaign Launches

Love Staying Safe Campaign Launches
Love Staying Safe Campaign Launches

Hull’s Young Mayor, Gabriela Surdyk, has launched Love Staying Safe, a campaign aimed at providing young people with practical tips and advice to stay safe on the streets.

The campaign follows on from Staying Safe Online earlier this year, helping young people to ensure they protect themselves online.

Gabriela has worked with 20 other young safety campaigners, aged 12 to 18 from different schools across the city, who helped develop a poster campaign with clear messages that they identified would help young people stay safe.

Gabriela said;

“Whether it’s during a pandemic or at any time, it’s important that young people know how to look after themselves and others. We want to provide tips for young people such as keeping your phone charged, walking in well-lit routes, ensuring other people know where you are and keeping earphone volume low when walking about.

“I hope the posters that will be around the city act as a reminder to young people of these simple ways to help keep themselves safe.”

Posters displaying safety messages will be seen across Hull from Monday 16 November, as well as across social media. The campaign has been funded following a bid to the Safer Hull Partnership and supported by the council’s Voice and Influence team.

It was initially due to launch in March when the government announced lockdown, so the young campaigners decided to develop Love Staying Safe Online and delay the launch of Love Staying Safe on the streets.

Councillor , Portfolio Holder for learning, skills and safeguarding children said:

“November has a focus on young people having a say on issues that are important to them, with Make Your Mark providing young people with a chance to vote on issues affecting them throughout November. Hull’s Young Mayor, Gabriela, is working hard to achieve what she set out in her manifesto – to help young people feel safe online, outside and around people.”

To find out more about the work of the Young Mayor or find out how to get involved visit Hull Young Peoples’ Voice on , @hull_voice on Twitter, or email the Voice and Influence team at voiceandinfluence@hullcc.gov.uk.

Click Here
Assistant Chief Constable Warns Of Enforcement Against Those Who Breach Government Regulations


More From HU17.net

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *