We are delighted to bring to you the Good News of our project:
THE ARTS AND PICTURE STORIES
Over the past years, there is a huge increase in the number of the Minority Communities that have moved or relocated to the City of Hull. This has increased the demand for services in the area that have the understanding of working with them.
It is a fact such increase creates tension in the communities which if not dealt with early and professionally can lead to spiralling violence against young people streets which could result in devastating losses of young lives.
It will the story of these migrants who will be engaged to use the time to use arts, drama and photography to avoid the life cycle of violence, gangs and ultimately time in prison.
We are running arts and photography initiative where unsung individuals will work to help the BME communities through creativity. This will become a haven for young people in the city both inside and through its outreach, which is aimed changing many lives through this creative programmes.
This will bring value to the BME communities and delivering something that others clearly are not. Through this, the project has been able to spot a crisis and try to fix it.
We at Humber All Nations Alliance through this project the arts can furnish many with life skills and values, while helping also to bring about change and sense of belonging. We believe this project will enable creative opportunities with greater support, engagement, investment and accessibility across communities.
For more on this contact Godwin Agble: email@example.com or on 01482491177