This page contains examples of work produced as part of the Reach project
This team of young people on the Envision Young Leaders programme in Bristol created a series of theatre pieces as part of their campaign to challenge homophobic language. The theatre performances formed the centre piece of their 10-month campaign which they delivered with expert advice from EACH. As part of the Reach project the group transformed their performance into a series of short films, which will be used by schools and youth agencies to challenge homophobia.
The discussion piece explores what the students learnt from their experience and how the film was put together.
Reach Cybersurvey animation
The Reach Cybersurvey animation raises awareness about the prevalence of homophobia online, as well as highlights avenues for support. It is based on the findings of our 2011 Reach Cybersurvey which heard from 1,969 young people about their experiences online
Where’s the harm?
‘Where’s the Harm?’ was a film co-produced for the Reach project by Calling the Shots with young people from Sexual Health Action: Real People (SHARP). It aims to raise awareness around the potential consequences of sexting through the film and the accompanying resource.
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