Part two of a four part series looking at the Interfaces of Belfast.

This episode examines how the conflict has impacted on the wave of youth violence at interfaces. Community leaders talk about the different ways they have tried to engage young people in these areas.

Teny Oded Gross, an outreach worker with Street Gangs in Providence, USA talks about his experiences in Boston and his time spent in Belfast on a visit with former gang members, and the impression Belfast youth made on them.

Made with the support of the Belfast Interface Project and funded under Measure 2.7 of the Peace II Extension programme for Peace and Reconciliation administered by Community Foundation for Northern on behalf of the SEUPB

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