#Haters was born as a theatre production addressing knife crime, urban regeneration and social identity. The play toured education institutes and theatres in 2015 and 2017. Following feedback from our audience, the project has been developed to continue to make a difference empowering young people and communities.
#Haters school & university programme is a film-based programme designed to prevent violent crime, encourage active citizenship and develop critical skills for students from secondary education to university level.
The programme will be touring a 20 minute film adaptation of #Haters with forum theatre debate to secondary schools Year 8 9 and 10, colleges and universities with the outcome of stimulating debate and critical skills.
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#Haters community is a film-making project for young people aged 15 to 25 who come from deprived backgrounds in Hackney and Wandsworth. The project aims to prevent and address violent crime and support community cohesion.
Participants will have an opportunity to develop critical skills and articulate their personal views of the issues addressed by #Haters through a series of film-making workshops. The short film created by the young people will be presented to an audience including their families and invited traders and developers working in the boroughs. After the screening, the audience and the young people will take part in a facilitated debate for an opportunity to talk about the problems affecting their community.
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