Thursday, 17. Jan 2019
Pupils for Diversity
Pupils in Liverpool watched their own YAM films at the Merseyside Maritime Museum
On Monday, 11 June, pupils from Kensington Infants, Juniors, Broadgreen Primary and High and St. Anne's in Liverpool had the greatest pleasure of watching the results of their own work on the Youth and Migration project. Together with proud teachers and parents, they finally could see their work transformed into professional films created and designed by Edward Connole at Toxteth.TV. All films focused on various aspects of migration and diversity. Among the films was also an interview and animation of the popular Norwegian player at Liverpool FC, John Arne Riise. All the films will soon be available on this website.
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Hey i stumbled on ur web site and im happy i did :) im a student in community welfar and we are doing cultral diversity. I have had some experance with diffrent culture and love it. Im looking for information on when indians 1st came to aust? iv been looking all morningand comming up with ablank. also are u guys and gals from Aust or based some were else? it would be handy to have this information on the program to teach ppl about diffrent cultres and migration.Could Tafe and other orginsatoins use the basic informaton you have for training perpouses? Im 23 and help alot of ppl. I was in india 2005- 2006 on missoin work and i loved it. we seen it all and wer not shelted from the culture which i must admitt i feel in love with. i would love to find out more on ur site if able. sorry for the bad spelling and chat soon
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