Young People, Housing, Homelessness And The Law Film Project
November 10, 2015
The aim is to,
- Produce 4 short films in partnership with other organisations. Promoting an understanding of legal rights to young people, including accessing advice, having confidence to challenge, knowing and using your rights effectively. The films tackle issues affecting young people; homelessness and problems with the private/social housing sector. Offering clear advice, educating on the law and signposting towards other organisations.
- The films will be shown on Fully Focused’s youtube channel which young people access via their various devices, widening the messages reach.
- There will also be a 25 date youth-led screening/Q&A tour promoting the films, visiting universities, colleges, schools, youth groups, young offender facilities, care homes, homeless shelters and organisations like Centrepoint. Educating young people and hard-to-reach groups on their rights, sparking debates which can be captured and shared as an evidence base for legal education and service bodies.
- The films will be produced in consultation with Fully Focused young team who have experienced the housing sector/homelessness. Pooling ideas from their real accounts and combining with partners' evidence to develop creative briefs for how films will look and how key messages feature to achieve best outcomes.
|Increase Public Understanding
||Advance High Quality Thinking
||Increase Access to Employment
|Implications of Brexit
||Legal Needs in Healthcare Settings
||Influence the Online Court
|Develop Robust Evidence Base
|Understand Role of Technology
|Law Reform, Policy and Regulation
|Communications to Disseminate Learning