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Sport Relief – Raymond’s Story

Sport Relief – Raymond’s Story – In Africa, 1 in 4 children have to work for a living, often in dangerous conditions. Greg James introduces this film about Raymond, a 14 year-old boy who lives in Ghana. Raymond has to work long days in a mine to support his family, but Sport Relief money is providing him with an education to help him escape poverty and achieve his ambitions.

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BBC Sport Relief – A Safe Place

BBC Sport Relief – A Safe Place

What does “A Safe Place” mean to you? Somewhere to hang out with your mates? Somewhere you’re understood? Somewhere you’re protected from harm? Many young people in the UK have no safe place to go to. This film shows how Sport Relief is helping to fund safe places for young people in disadvantaged communities all over the country. Sport Relief Website

I Am Homeless

I Am Homeless

A group of girls from Belfast investigate homelessness and are shocked at what they find. Made as part of the BoldVoices programme in partnership with BoldFace Productions and Community Foundation Northern Ireland.

RND – Classic Match Of The Day

RND – Classic Match Of The Day

Des Lynam asks the Match of the Day panel if they can talk about something other than football for a change. A classic clip from Red Nose Day. Don’t forget to get your donation in to Comic Relief! You can find out more on the: Red Nose Day website or the Comic Relief website

Then and Now

Then and Now

Joyce Kudia looks at Charles Booth’s Map Descriptive of London Poverty in 1889-1891 and visits Brick Lane in the East End of London to see if the same class divisions still exist. This film was produced by Manifesta as part of their Breaking into the Museum project, with support from the Museum of London and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Poverty And Christianity

Poverty And Christianity

TrueTube visited Rev. Stephen Sichel of St. Matthew’s Church in Brixton to ask him about the Christian perspective on poverty.

Salmon Youth Centre

Salmon Youth Centre

John, Funmi and Kai speak about their experiences of being young volunteers, and how it feels to inspire other young people around them. Made as part of the TrueTube Fast Film project.

Unity In The Community

Unity In The Community

Easton is an inner city area of Bristol where prostitution, drugs and signs of urban poverty can be seen on every street corner. Unity In The Community was made by a group of young people based at radio Salaam Shalom with the support of TrueVan. The film showcases the positives of the area and encourages the community to unite and make a positive change.

Trading Fair

Trading Fair

A film exploring what “Fair Trade” really means to the producers by interviewing Greg (who runs Creed, an ethical jewellery company), Dave (from Divine, a Fairtrade chocolate company) and Melanie Cave (from Just Trade, who make jewellery, clothing & accessories). The film was made at Greenbelt festival 09, by a group of young people who wanted to know more about Fairtrade, and share their findings with their peers. Produced with the support of TrueVan.

Sofa Surfers

Sofa Surfers

A homeless girl talks about how she splits her nights between friends’ sofas and the streets. She describes her experience of living under a bridge in a park.