The Health Advocates in the AYPH Be Healthy Project created this animated film to highlight some of
the issues they identified as a group. It consists of three short
stories exploring three different stages of dealing with problems:
how difficult it is to recognise that you have a problem
the barriers young people can face when accessing help and
some of the issues young people experience when they do use services.
Inspired by the work of The Paper Cinema
the characters were created using nothing but card, tracing paper,
pencil and marker pens. The animation was filmed live and then all the
Health Advocates got together in a London recording studio to record the
dialog and voice over.
A film by a group of young people from different areas in London shot over two weeks in August 2013. Love, Sex, Conflict is their response to issues associated with young women and men, gangs, sex and relationships.
A film by a group of young women from City United and St George's Hub shot over five days in August 2012. It is part of their response to issues associated with young women, gangs, sex and relationships.
The following short film shows young men and their youth worker
engaged in the Enthusiasm project, an initiative for young people in
gang-associated areas. It presents their ideas for supporting other young men to leave gangs.
In this short film Camille Warrington presents some key messages from the ‘Making Justice Work’ research project, in order to improve experiences of the justice system for child witnesses and victims in CSE investigations.