Stronger communities

Stronger Communities works to build strong, lasting and inclusive communities across Brent.

Have you witnessed a hate crime?

What to do if you are worried about a young person becoming involved in a gang.

Spot the signs of sexual abuse in children.

Are you worried that a young person is becoming radicalised?

No one deserves to be a victim of abuse.

Find out about our Time to Talk campaign that highlights key issues to create a stronger, safer Brent.

Read our stronger communities strategy and learn how we strive to keep Brent united rather than divided.

The government has introduced the EU settlement scheme. Find out more about it.

Time to Talk news
  • Making Brent a dementia friendly borough
    Brent residents joined local groups to share their experiences of dementia at a workshop last week at the Brent Civic Centre, organised in partnership with Brent CCG and CAD Brent (Community Action on…
  • Being you is not a crime
    An event for professionals to come together and discuss hate crime in Brent was held today on 19 October at the Civic Centre.     The half-day conference which took place during Hate Crime Awarenes…
  • Question time to return for Local Democracy Week
    COMMUNITY figures and local politicians will make up the panel for a 'Question Time' event to be held at Brent Civic Centre as part of Local Democracy Week, which falls on 9-15 October.   Inspire…
  • Back on track
    Health and mental well-being can be boosted by a good workout. Willesden Sports Centre is ensuring vulnerable people in Brent have full access to all that exercise can offer.   Willesden Sports Cent…
  • It’s Time to Talk about gangs in Brent
    A community event which will focus on gang crime in Brent will take place in the New Year at the Roundwood Centre in Harlesden.     Taking place on Tuesday 17 January, the event will take the fo…
  • It’s Time to Talk about hate crime
    Hate crime is the initial focus of a new series of public meetings which aim to tackle difficult issues in our community.   Taking place on 21 July, the hate crime event is part of the Council's wid…
  • 18 March - It's time to talk about child sexual exploitation
    We are supporting the national Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day on 18 March to help raise greater awareness about how young people in the borough can be protected from harm.   As a part of on…