The youth charity forum, Refocus Youths Limited(RYL) is hosting young people, especially teenagers, case workers, youth workers, mothers and carers to a major event of the year- a conference about youth transformation holding in London this month.
The fun –filled life changing conference, titled ‘ A transformational Conference’ has been organised by Dr Rose Nwanna, a most experienced and innovational worker whose experience has helped hundreds of youths within the various communities across London.
The conference day among other thing things will witness family and experts interactive sessions, speeches from various experienced motivational speakers, and question and answer periods.
According to Dr Nwanna, families are urged to get engaged and come along with teenagers and youth friends alike in order to get motivated and get activated and empowered to a new positive orientation, vision and direction in life
Among the Speakers for the days are: Bukki Adeniyi Jones, Denrele Runsewe, Diana Mckenzie, Neville Watson, Chimzulum Ezigboh, Sotonye Diri, and Isaac Natey.
Date: Saturday June 12 2010.
Venue: Bridge Park Community Leisure Center, Harrow Road, London, Nw10 0RG.
Session opening time: 10am prompt.
Closing Time: 3PM.
Refocus Youths Limited is a non profit company working with families and young people. It’s main objective is to promote discipline in troubled youths through the provision of intellectual tools and games.
WEBSITE: www.refocus.org.uk EMAIL: email@example.com
*Reseach has shown that teenage youths seem to be under so much pressure in today’s life
This could be due to various reasons, the most influential being the age and the development factors as adolescence. Adolescence is a challenging period, as a variety of transformations manifests in the individual teenager. Much more to learn during the conference.
Refocus Youths Limited (RYL) is a non profit company working with families and young people by raising aspirations and maximising their potentials.
“We believe in the unlimited potential of every young person as it is evident that young people especially today’s youths are ill equipped and are obviously lacking in basic mental tools necessary to play today’s life’s games, especially as they tend on facing so much life pressures”, claims Dr Nwanna.
She added: “This could be due to various reasons, the most influential being the developmental factors of adolescence. Adolescence.This is primarily characterised by inner struggle by the youths to cope with a variety of internal transformations, manifesting in the individual teenager, This is a gravely challenging period”.
Dr Nwanna said the conference will serve as an eye opener for many youths attending.