A boy from Walworth Academy talks about what it is like to be on the receiving end of islamophobia. And how he feels about seeing other people being picked on by police and teachers.
A young person at Walworth Academny talks about when you see something happen too often...
Bobbi, a white female from Bermondsey, talks about how she sees black people treated differently to white people in her own experience.
In one of a series of highlights taken from our programme, 'Three Visions for Tomorrow', Sharifa talks about the need for what she calls 'Solutions-Based Mentoring.
A young person at Bede House Youth Adventure Project comments in a discussion over who you can turn to for support if you witnessed someone being stabbed. A police officer asked, "if you were in a situation where you felt you needed support; is there anywhere you think you could go to get it?" The young person responded, "Don’t [...]
A young person in Bede House Youth Adventure Project makes an observation in response to the question, "what do you think when you see a police officer?" One person said simply, "They're trouble." The young person in the recording says, "I feel like police officers have like a really negative name in society. Because a lot of people get stopped [...]