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Innovations Project


 
 

Funded by Aim Higher, the Innovations project aim was to use creativity to address issues that may place BME young men at risk of offending.  Film maker John Sealey worked with young people from across the city, teaching film making skills, producing a film that will help the participants express their view of their lives and the factors that influence their decision-making.  Coordinated by Barefoot, the project was based at Plymouth College of Art and filmed at various locations across the city. 

Project date:

Jan - Aug 2008

 

Project Partners:

Youth Offending Service

Plymouth REC

 Plymouth College of Art and Design

 

Participants:

City-wide

 

Age of participants:

14-16

 

No. of participants:

12