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Equip | Enable | Empower

Discover what our programmes do...

Social Action & Change

Our #BTVPalestine programmes enable & empower local young people to affect change within their communities. We campaign together to end domestic violence.

Resilience & Community Cohesion

Fake news, extremist narratives and radicalisation. All linked and all come together to pose a risk to our youth. Our programmes are designed to foster resilience with the aim to create more cohesive societies.

Interfaith Encounters

Building bridges that don't crumble and strengthen resilience within the local community - bringing together people from different walks of life, people of all faiths and none. Because all good things start with dialogue.

We are committed to help and support young people to become the voice – to effect change that not only positively impacts their communities but also builds their resilience to conspiratorial thinking, hate narratives, extremism and radicalisation.

We are a small team of experienced trainers in the field of tackling extremism, facilitating interfaith dialogue and using debate to challenge prejudicial thinking. We offer a range of youth programmes, staff safeguarding training, specialist advice and support.

What others say

Hear from Become The Voice participants and partners...


19, Studies translation

"BECOME THE VOICE is very active, we are trained in the use of social media and supported to push for change whilst receiving workshops in understanding the problems women face."



19, studies English

"'I want to be a positive influence and  have the drive to be a change maker. I want to change negative perceptions of Islam and Arab life as well as challenge negative interpretations of Islam."



19, studies teaching

"I would like to be heard to say to all women: 'Don't stop fighting for what you want to be; make your dreams true.’ We are a big force in this world so we will #BecomeTheVoice"

News & Insights

Read more about our work and discover what we are about...


Israa Ghareeb, 21, has been beaten to death in Bethlehem by her father and brother for appearing publicly with her fiancé before the official ceremony. The brutality of her death and the sickening honour culture Read more…

The Road to Centrism

The outcome of the EU referendum revealed more than just a political chasm between those who voted leave and those who voted remain...