Big Lottery Funded Young Offender Peer Advocacy Project Starts

October 4, 2017 Michelle No comments exist

Foot In The Door Films CIC have received funding from Big Lottery to develop peer support and peer advocacy skills of young offenders in Liverpool. We are excited toFOOT-IN-THE-DOOR-FILMS-CIC announce our project starts in November 2017 in partnership with Sefton Youth Offending Team.


The purpose of the project is to deliver workshops with young people who are at risk and who are not in employment, education or training, covering a variety of topics including employability and emotion management skills towards enhancing skills, confidence and community inclusion.


For more information about the project, visit the Big Lottery website: Here’s the link to our project –

This project complements FITD Films CICs’ youth outreach programme and our work with excluded young people in Wavertree and the Wirral.



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