We have a range of resources to help our partners develop and deliver NKBL at a local level.
Use the search panel below to download campaign materials, films and animations and practitioner toolkits, such as Sharp Solutions and On a Knife Edge toolkits.
Sharper SolutionsYouthLink Scotland is pleased to endorse the third edition of the Sharp Solutions toolkit, now called Sharper Solutions.
Bystander: What Would You Do? – The Last Day of SchoolBystander: What Would You Do? - The Last Day of School
Bystander: What Would You Do? – Evie’s OptionsBystander: What Would You Do? - Evie's Options
Bystander: What Would You Do? – This is What ReallyBystander: What Would You Do? - This is What Really
Marks StoryThis toolkit is designed to be used with the NKBL film, One Knife, Many Victims (Mark’s Story).
Sharp Solutions 2.0The Sharp Solutions toolkit was developed to support the delivery of the Scottish Government’s No Knives, Better Lives (NKBL) initiative.
Peer EducatorsThis handbook is a support resource for young people, like you, who are training to be No Knives, Better Lives peer educators.
What would you do: The role of bystander in knife crime prevention.This resource is intended to support classroom inputs to secondary school pupils and joins our collection of resources to support the delivery of the Scottish Government’s No Knives, Better Lives program.
Annual ReportsFINAL NKBL Annual Report 2017-18
Marks Story- An Online Campaign: “What Happens Next”This campaign is based on the NKBL film Mark’s Story: One Knife Many Victims, with the aim to communicate the risks and consequences of carrying a knife to young people across Scotland. Between now and March 2017, we’ll develop and send out content every month that follows Mark’s story from where the film leaves it, looking at a different aspect of the short and long term consequences of Mark’s decision. This will include real life stories from parents and victims and first-hand accounts from paramedics, police officers and young people who have ended up in prison as a result of carrying or using a knife. We’re working with YoungScot to help us reach as many young people as we can across Scotland, but we want our NKBL partners to support the campaign too. Follow the story each month via the links below and support the campaign by sharing the content we develop with the young people you work with via your own platforms. Part 1: Mark’s Story Part 2: A Paramedics Story Part 3: Know The Facts Part 4: Ian’s been stabbed, Marks is in Custody, what happens now?
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