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Our Dreams

Made as the final part of the Dreams and Aspirations project. run by DAISI and Devon County Council. This work was done over a series sessions with the young people involved, working within various digital media and facilitated by artists Kate Green and Stuart Dawson.

Other elements and support provided by artists Ruth Oakley, Jo Bushell and Nicci Wonnacott.

RIO

A short film highlighting the work from the Dreams and Aspirations project run by DAISI and Devon County Council. This work was done over a period of 5 sessions with the young people involved, working within various digital media and facilitated by artists Kate Green and Stuart Dawson.

Make Your Mark

Made at a 2hr Session of arts opportunities where the young people were able to drop in and do some simple animation models as a taster for future possibilities. Made with a group at JAM in Barnstaple.

Listen To Us

Later Life Letters

Made of Rainbows

Office of the Children’s Commissioner you tube channel

If you are interested in learning more about children’s rights have a look here at the collection of short films made by young people working with the Children’s Commissioner.

Is this love?

Here is a link to an interesting video about abusive relationships Is this love? on Youtube.

Dodgy Brain

Click here to watch a fantastic animation made by young people in Devon talking about what it is like to grow up in a a family where somebody has mental ill-health.

Chelsea’s Choice

There is also a good video about child sexual exploitation (CSE) that you can watch here.

MOMO

Great little video about using MOMO from young people in Gloucester here.

Devon Social Work video

Here is a brief video based on some artwork a young person in Devon drew.

CSE and boys

Watch this short film about how boys are groomed and keep a look out for your friends.

Consent

Here is a great little film about sexual consent. Makes it really clear!

NICE Guidelines on Helping Children and Young People in Care

The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) has made a short film to help you understand and use the NICE standards for the health and wellbeing of Children in Care.

Watch here and see other care experienced young people talking about

  • their identity
  • the importance of warm and loving care
  • professionals working together better and talking to each other
  • stability and safe places to live
  • achieving their full potential
  • leaving care when they feel ready, not when somebody else decides
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