Arc news: September 2014
New programmes for the autumn!
Arc has been busy over the summer developing a host of new issue-based projects for adults and young people over the coming months.
In addition to our Raised Voices 3-year girls project, funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, and the 2-year Our Street: Patriotism & Violence programme for the Heritage Lottery Fund, we are currently finalising plans for new tours including...
School for Scammers
Commissioned by Havering Safer Neighbourhood Board
An engaging new interactive Forum Theatre and multi-media programme for the community highlighting scamming, fraud, swindles and cons.
Commissioned by British Transport Police for Project Guardian
A powerful new secondary school awareness programme tackling sexual offences and unwanted sexual behaviour on public transport.
Stop & Think
Commissioned by Barking & Dagenham Safer Neighbourhoods Board
A brand new programme for young people exploring Stop & Search and the Criminal Justice System.
Commissioned by Thurrock Community Safety Partnership
Returning to primary schools this autumn/winter exploring cultural diversity and racism.
To find out more about these and other programmes, and how Arc could work with you, contact Nita Bocking, General Manager at Arc on 020 8595 8509 or email email@example.com.