A documentary film-screening and live performance based on an arts and research initiative within the ‘MIMY’ project co-produced by film makers Sean Lovell and Asma Kabadeh, Stand & Be Counted Theatre, University of Sheffield researchers, youth peer researchers and young people. The work focuses on the power of young people as artists sharing their experiences of building their lives in South Yorkshire. An interactive session will share ideas on how to support more inclusive spaces for young people and young migrants, and the role of arts in building belonging.
- Dr Thea Shahrokh, Department of Sociological Studies
- The MIMY Project
- Sean Lovell, Director
- Asma Kabadeh, Film Maker
- Stand & Be Counted Theatre