Workshop: Sharing Their Stories

Another fantastic workshop today with almost the whole team turning up for round two.

We watched the films back again and after the initial hilarity of seeing each other on screen the group focused on the key elements of their stories, what worked well and how we could make them positive so others could learn from their experiences – all with the help of a few yellow T-Shirts!

Our walking billboards were covered with ideas on how to develop each person’s story into a magazine article:

* What pictures could we include?
* Who could we interview to get their ideas?
* Where can readers go to get more advice and help on the issues raised?

All the info was collected by our snazzy Flip Video Cameras and we just had time to brainstorm what the group would like to ask older residnts in Rdbridge before a feast of Turkish pizza and chips.

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Project Kick Off!!!

Can a group of young people from Redbridge work together to create an outstanding Magazine and Film based on their lives?

Lets find out.

The Bold Creative team are ready and raring to go. We’ll be working with young Muslim groups in the borough to explore some of the issues they face, and creating award winning products that help imporve understanding and communication.

We’ll be posting our progress here so keep an eye out!

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Workshop: The Redbridge Team…

It was great to meet the team today. After a bit of a wet start we kicked off the first workshop with an enthusiastic group of young people full of energy and storie (and pizza by the end of the session!)

It didn’t tkae much to get Saif, Kaider, Ali, Haider, Nauman, Sorwar and Suleman chatting about life in Redbridge.

We developed ideas around good experiences and bad experieces, with the idea of creating themes that can run in the magazine.

The guys all took it in turns to create micro-docs about their stories.

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Bold embarks on a project aimed at

challenging intergenerational

misconceptions and alleviating

gang tensions in the borough of



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