Here are some of our current and past projects.
Lady Jane Grey was project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and began in September 2009 with students from Beaumont Leys School, and the finished DVD was distributed to museums and schools in the county as well as the Records Office and selected libraries.
Young people from First Out youth group, based at Leicester Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Centre and NCBI (National Coalition Building Institute) created a set of four postcards focusing on racism and homophobia.
We worked with young fathers in Leicester to make a film and booklet designed to raise awareness of young men’s involvement in parenting.
Suspect Magazine was been produced by young offenders in and out of prison. The magazine looks at gun, knife and gang crime and is aimed at other young people.
Year 5 pupils at Mellor Community Primary School had plenty of opportunity to get their hands on – and teeth into – lots of fresh fruit and veg as part of the Veg-tastic project.
PIK M3 UP is a magazine produced by and for young people as part of a project jointly developed and run by Soft Touch and the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS).