Marginalised Youth Programmes
Fairbridge has worked in partnership with Young Film Academy since 2006. Filmmaking courses have become an integral part of the programme of activities that we offer to young people, providing a powerful medium for young people to uncover and explore issues that are important to them, develop practical filmmaking skills as well as work on key personal and social skills that underpin the courses. For many young people these courses have provided a very important step in their development as they move on to a positive outcome such as re-engaging back into education, further training or employment."
Sarah Easby, Centre Manager, Fairbridge
At YFA, we passionately believe in the transformative power of filmmaking to positively impact the lives of marginalised young people.
YFA regularly partners with charities, local authorities and organizations working with NEETs, as well as Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) across the UK, to deliver award-winning filmmaking courses and programmes.
YFA is actively looking for partner charities for further film projects with disadvantaged young people. Please contact us if you think your organisation would be interested in partnership.
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