Jasmin reflects on being a 13 years old and how her family arguments led to her involvement within the criminal justice system. With the support of a family worker she reflects on the impact her offending has had on her life and her family.
The aim of the project was to provide young offenders with a creative space from reflecting on the impact that their offending behaviour has had on their lives, their families and their communities.
Working in partnership with the Wakefield Youth Offending Team, the project was designed to support young people to develop alternatives to offending and re-build relationships with a variety of stakeholders.
A secondary aim of the project was to create resources for use in education work with young people, focussing on the impacts that offending has on many lives.
Each film was directly produced with the storyteller, enabling them to plan and make story decisions about the things they wished to share about their experiences.
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