Our workshops and events include a range of activities, from poetry and painting to drama and film making. As well as gaining new creative skills, young refugees also develop vital life skills such as confidence, decision making, conflict resolution and leadership. This helps with their access to employment, education and training.
Unlike traditional research, participatory action research is conducted by and for the people it directly affects. It aims to produce change rather than reports. We use our knowledge from this research to work with service providers and policy makers whose work impacts on the lives of young refugees.
We also run residential activities for team building work and to explore issues in greater depth.