Anti-bullying Project II

An anti-bullying project for youth and adults with disabilities

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Anti-bullying Project I 

An anti-bullying project for youth and adults with disabilities

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Making Sense of Art in Barking and Dagenham 

Young adults with learning disabilities explore the past through music 

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Young people from Barking and Dagenham learnt about art history through museum visits

before they produced their own pieces and curated a unique exhibition.

 Resources: Art exhibition; Performances. 

 

In partnership with the Vibe Youth Club - Arts Council funded.



Making Music

Young adults with learning disabilities explore the past through music 

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 A group of young adults with learning disabilities learnt about their local area

through reminiscence sessions with older groups and performed their own versions of old songs.

 A group of young people Resources: Youth led documentary film; Performances. 

In partnership with the AbPhab Youth Club and the Lester group - Heritage Lottery funded.



Turn Back Time

Young people with disabilities explore the past through film 

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A group of young people with learning and/or physical disabilities learnt about their local area through archive footage and produced their own film as an end product. 

Resources: Youth led documentary film; Educational materials. 

In partnership with the AbPhab Youth Club - Heritage Lottery funded.



Road To Freedom

The local community documents the history of slavery

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Eastside worked with young people from East London to look at the history of slavery. The young people received training and assistance in film making and designed their own exhibition.

Resources: Exhibition; Youth led documentary film; Educational materials. 

Heritage Lottery funded.



Common Ground

Unaccompanied minors learn multimedia skills

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The project promoted better access to multimedia technology. The workshops ranged from creating posters and conducting interviews, to assisting in the production of a video.

Resources: Youth led documentary film; Educational materials. 

In partnership with young people from the Trinity Centre in East Ham, East London.

 



Eastside Community Heritage, Parish Centre, Cardinal Heenan Centre, 326 High Road, Ilford, Essex, IG1 1QP

Registered charity (1071668) and company limited by guarantee (3509623)

 

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