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  • Hartlepool SEND Film The Children and Families Act has led to big changes in the way services for young people with special educational needs and disabilities work. In this film young people and familiy members from Hartlepool talk about their lives, hopes and fears for the future, and how they want those services to work with them. 24 April 2015
  • Mental Health Awareness - Break the Trend Young people and mental health - What really goes on in a young persons life when they're feeling low? These young people found out and made a film to raise awareness of mental health and self harm 23 April 2015
  • Get in2 Volunteering, Get in2 Work Do young people know that you can volunteer to gain experience in the workplace? This group of young people certainly do now and made this film to shout about it! 23 April 2015
  • Save Semi Supported Accomodation Young Journalist Leah Chan investigates the importance of the semi supported accomodation service for vunerable young adults in Newcastle. She explores why this service is valuable and the consequences it would have on young people if it was removed. 23 April 2015
  • Hidden Homelessness in Newcastle Upon Tyne What do people know about youth hidden homelessness in Newcastle? Here is a short insight in to what our young people found out and did to raise awareness! 23 April 2015
  • The Ladybird Campaign Are local Councils doing enough for young people with special educational needs? A group of young people from South Tyneside urge for local councils to invest more money into local parks. 23 April 2015
  • Custody to Community: How Young People Cope with Release The first two weeks after release from prison can be lonely and daunting. In this Beyond Youth Custody video, ex young offenders speak out about their experiences and make recommendations about what can be done to better support young people with this difficult transition. 21 April 2015
  • Young People's Advice to Social Workers In spring 2013, The London Borough of Bexley’s Children in Care Committee (CiCC) decided to interview social workers about their jobs. The idea was to dispel the negative stereotypes some young people have of social workers, and improve their relationships with each other. Their investigation led to some surprising results… 21 April 2015
  • What a Load of Stereotyping Uneducated, housebreaker, chavs and druggy are just a few of the stereotypes young people face today. A group of young people from the Shankill Alternatives made a short film exploring this issue. 16 January 2015
  • A Stitch in Time Young people explore the issue of suicide within the Western Health and Social Services Trust (WHSST) 4 December 2014
  • Creating Comic Life Young people take part in creating a comic with a serious message. 4 December 2014
  • Picturing Mental Health Katie Ball explores the issue of mental health through art 4 December 2014
  • Homophobia Hurts A short film exploring the impact of homophobic language on the lives of young people identifying as LGBT in Derry/Londonderry. 18 November 2014
  • Engage: The Military and Young People From the Combined Cadet Forces to the Troops to Teachers scheme, the military is increasing its presence in state schools. But is this a good thing? In this short documentary we speak to Cadets as well as young people campaigning to remove the military from their schools. 15 September 2014
  • Bexley Short Breaks: Young People's Perspective Short breaks can be vital for young people with special educational needs and disabilities, and their families. In this film, young people and parents from Bexley explain what they get from the different services on offer in the borough. 10 June 2014

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