He mainly facilitates and advises many BME organisations on grassroots projects concerning extremism, radicalisation, BME youth unemployment and gang (gun & knife) crime. He goes into schools, prisons and youth clubs to facilitate workshops. His workshops touch on business start ups, employability skills, accessing funding for community projects, identity and Black British History. He knows that it is important to facilitate workshops on social enterprise start-ups, business start ups and Boys to Men (Black Boys rites of passage)
Through The Salam Project he works in partnership with various groups against gang crime, extremism/radicalisation (aimed towards Black African & African Caribbean Youths) and BME youth unemployment.
With The Faiths Forum For London he is the chief consultant on a pioneering project that promotes dialogue to get African/African Caribbean Pastors and Imams Working together to challenge gang crime (gun & knife) in communities. A regular contributor to BBC news, Sky News, LBC & Talk Radio.
Ismael Lea South (Director)
The Salam Project CIC