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Published on Nov 15, 2016
A new animated film aimed at raising awareness of emotional health and well-being in young people.
The film project is being led by Shantona Women’s Centre, in partnership with Space2 and Allerton Grange Secondary School.
The animation, entitled ‘Hope’, has been created by a group of 20 Year 8 South Asian Muslim girls from Allerton Grange and explores issues around bullying, peer pressure, domestic abuse, identity, poor self image and mental health.
This project will help young people and the community understand emotional health and wellbeing issues better and increase their understanding of what makes a healthy relationship.
Book free inset training and a workshop for your school or community group.
The film has been funded by the Big Lottery Fund and will be touring to Leeds schools with an in-depth resource pack for teachers. The free package offer includes:
• Inset training for staff and/or shorter meetings with staff • Animation viewing , domestic abuse, emotional health and wellbeing workshop • Resource pack
For more information contact Shantona Women's Centre on: 0113 249 7120 or email Kat on: Katayoun@shantona.co.uk