Report from PRAXIS & the UK National Commission for UNESCO on Heritage, Mental Health and Wellbeing. The report features key insights, recommendations, and case studies from Dr Karina Croucher, Dr Adrian Evans, Prof Raghu Raghavan, Prof Owen Green, Prof Andrew Wilson, and Dr Beverley Costa.
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Skill Exchange workshops to develop skills that would be useful to young change-makers, March - April 2022
Blog (2020/08/11) Case Study: A State of Mental Wellbeing Through Art
Recording of Changing the Story's first online event in the Changemakers in Film Summit series 2021, 'Exploring Social Advocacy through a Youth Defined Lens'. The event features panellists Tahn-Dee Matthews and Junaid Oliephant (Ilizwi Lenyaniso Lomhlaba, South Africa), Angel David Hurtado Orozco, (Building Trust for Truth-Telling Among Former Child Soldiers, Colombia), and Emilie Clark, Libi Sears, and Megan Valentine (University of Leeds) The Changemakers in Film Summit is a youth event curated by Jacqueline Adjei (Laidlaw scholar) and a panel of film directors from across the CTS network discussing the perspectives and issues explored within their films.
Changing the Story has produced a series of short videos which address the various aspects of safeguarding in international development research. In this video Changing the Story colleagues Linda Hoxha and Tony Cegielka discuss the extent to which individuals in designated roles need experience or training in mental health. UKCDR ask project to consider: • What training is in place for people dealing with any safeguarding issues or allegations? • How do you ensure that the project team is not being asked to go beyond its knowledge and/or experience with regard to safeguarding? • What kind of local care and support services for safeguarding are available? Are other services required?
Hana Hasanefendić introduces the film which is a youthful, rebellious and cynical critique of B&H’s national mentality. From the very beginning the film criticizes the way our youthful generations were raised. The film ridicules the way generations have been raised in the country, however sincerely questions the outcomes of having a careless, and corrupted nation. Although the film begins as a critique, it ends with an open question left to be interpreted by every young individual in the country. Every generation has their own share of time, but one day our time will come, too!
Recording of Changing the Story's second online event in the Changemakers in Film Summit series 2021, 'Health is Wealth: Revisiting the influence of Arts organisations in helping the youth in post conflict societies'. The event features panellists Achabu Kire (Participatory Arts for Health Improvement in North-East India), Prof Ananda Breed (Mobile Arts for Peace), and Martin Keats (Bishop Simeon Trust).
'A State of Mental Wellbeing Through Arts', directed by Achabu Kire was screened as part of the Changing the Story Online Film Festival 2020.