This challenging film explores the reasons why refugees and asylum seekers come to the UK and the impacts that this has on young people in Kirklees.
This film was made with young people in Kirklees to encourage them to talk honestly and openly about asylum, immigration and living within culturally diverse communities across Kirklees.
The film frankly explores young peoples experiences and the myths and perceptions that affect their lives. It was produced within a creative collaboration with the young people featured and is being used as a tool to support difficult conversations within schools and young peoples settings.
The project and the participants were supported by organisations that work with refugees and asylum seekers and with young people; and the film was a production partnership between Mediabox and Lippy People.This entry was posted in Dave Tomalin, Refugees & Asylum, Social Documentary and tagged Asylum, community cohesion, Dewsbury, huddersfield, Kirklees College, Kirklees YOT, Lippy People, Mediabox, Refugees, young people. Bookmark the permalink.