#Haters film project was born from a theatre production addressing knife crime, urban regeneration and cultural stereotypes and social identity. The project engaged with over 800 people early in 2019 and it continues to make a difference empowering young people and communities.
#Haters education programme is a film and drama-based programme targeted at Year 9, 10 and 11, Sixth Form, colleges and university students to explore the impact of urban regeneration on communities and on the young people who live in them.
The programme will be touring a 20 minute film adaptation of #Haters with debate and drama-based activities designed to encourage active citizenship, prevent violent crime and develop critical skills.
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WHAT PEOPLE THINK
Really positive feedback from students and staff. Everyone said that the session was interactive and engaging and one of the best they had on our annual SRE Day. (SONIA GREEN, DIRECTOR OF SIXTH FORM, THE PETCHEY ACADEMY)
Totally relatable. You can get judged easily just by the way you look. (ZION, 15)
Tyrese portrayed some of the people who live in my area. They put pride before everything else. (LAYLA, 15)
#Haters was quite an eye-opener and I really gained from the discussion with the young people and organisations that do so much to support our teenagers and keep them safe. (CLLR SARAH MCDERMOTT, LEAD MEMBER FOR CHILDREN’S SERVICES, WANDSWORTH BOROUGH COUNCIL)