Our Future: Children & Young People
We are in great hands here as our hosts Solidarity Sports and Kids on the Green run this one, bringing the future and leaving us all with smiles to wrap up the week.
A film by Solidarity Sports interviewing young children talking about their future in RBKC. Panel of young people from KOTG. Join the discussion via our social media links.
Two short films by Renegade Theatre featuring their young drama group.
Young people's panel discussion 4-5pm
Fae - a young local poet gives her first public performance.
Kids on the Green’s centre is an arts-based community resource for all ages which delivers a variety of creative sessions and workshops to those affected from the local community.
The focus is to offer respite, and enrichment fusing a timetable of activities such as circus skills, music, drama, with access to therapies such as counselling, psychotherapy, yoga, massage, acupuncture and homeopathy.
It aims to help children and young people affected by the tragedy feel more con ...
Panellists & Artists
Renegade Theatre founded by Natasha Langridge was set-up in 2009 as an umbrella to create and produce plays for, with and about her local community in North Kensington. A long time resident Natasha feels passionate about her community and has been instrumental in bringing the community together and giving the local residents a voice. https://renegadetheatre.co.uk/
Tania Moore is CEO of Youth Action Alliance - supporting the personal and social development (their values, beliefs, ideas and skills) of the young people living in Kensington & Chelsea, enabling them to increase their resilience and skills in the present, and promote their ambitions for the future. https://www.youthactionalliance.org/
Zoe LeVack is a member of Kids on The Green - a Creative Arts project, supporting children and young people in the creative and Performing Arts alongside a range of alternative and holistic therapies and activities. https://www.facebook.com/kidsonthegreenw11/
If possible use ear piece with microphone to get the best sound quality. Connect to your internet via a wired connection not wifi.
By agreeing to speak at this event you understand it will be live streamed to YouTube, Facebook and Twitter and made publicly available afterwards, unless there is good reason, but we hope to avoid such scenarios.
The following measures will be used in all sessions to ensure that all participants including children and young people are protected while taking part in our event.
Abusive or inappropriate behaviour by any other attendee at the event will not be tolerated and the offending person will be immediately removed from the session and potentially referred to the appropriate authorities.
At no point will children and/or young people be in one-on-one conversation with any single other person. There will always be a Host/ Co-Host or representative of one of the youth organisations (all of whom have safeguarding policies in place) present.
Although we recognise that being able to see one another helps sessions feel more interactive and personal, we respect that some people including children and/young people may wish to turn their video feed off, or parts of it. They can do this using the “Stop Video” button at the bottom of their screen.