Four films on gang-associated sexual violence and exploitation made
by young people for their peers, professionals and policy makers
worked with young people from eight different youth projects across
England to produce a series of films about what needs to be done to
address the issues of gang-associated sexual violence and exploitation.
The young people took charge of these films – first with workshops to
explore the issues and then scripting and scheduling each film. They had
control over the content, how the films were made and were actively
involved in the editing process.
The result is four powerful short
films made in partnership with Latimer Creative Media. To learn more
about the project and view the films and associated outputs see Gang associated sexual violence and exploitation