The summit hosted young people from club foundations from across the English Premier and Football League, who came together to talk about their project experiences, youth violence and No Room For Racism activity.
Six CITC participants joined more than 700 youngsters from Premier League Kicks and Premier League Inspires programmes to engage in conversations on these issues, take part in several challenges and tasks, as well as amplify the positive activity and social action they've been doing in their communities.
The summit took place digitally, with participants joining remotely from all over the UK to the virtual one-day event, which was hosted by the presenter Elz at the League’s headquarters. CITC participants joined remotely from the stadium, where they undertook activities from a hospitality box, under the guidance of CITC Community Outreach Officer, Laura Wilson.
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