The Project's Progress

At the launch of the Virtual Exhibition one of the contributors, Courtney O'Shea (12) shared his aspiration for the project with an audience of policymakers including Charles Clarke, then Home Secretary;

"I hope that adults will listen to what the young people in society have got to say. Not just listen but also put their thoughts into actions, and respect everyone."

To find out more about the project and to chart its development, please click on the links below:


This is Where I Live (2 Mb) - The original report

Another Country? (232 kb) - article from Bulletin Sept 2002

This is Where I Live - a Progress Report (39 kb) - article from Bulletin June 2003

A Sense of Belonging (72 kb) - article from Bulletin Sept 2003

TIWLI Phase 2 (259kb) - article from Bulletin June 2004

TIWIL on Video (308 kb) - article from Bulletin Dec 2004


Click here to find out about our more recent project with young people, Video ARTS Postcards


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