During the recent London riots, many young people expressed anger against the police due to being indiscriminately stopped and searched. A group of young people from London explore the question of what are young people’s rights in relation to being stopped and searched.
What We’ve Done hooked up with BBC1Xtra to interview the stars of their live broadcast sessions at The Hackney Picturehouse. As part of a deeper analysis into why the 2011 riots kicked of, WWD asked various celebrities their views on police stop and search. A big thanks to Mel from BBC1Xtra for all her help.
This film by Taya includes interviews with staff members from the Tree House youth centre in Kilburn, north London. The Tree House was run by Kids Company. This films give s a real sense of the emotional impact of the closure of the centre and what it meant to the people who worked there and […]
At the end of the WWD programme, the crew organised an anniversary event at Passing Couds in Dalston, marking one year since the outbreak of the youth rits. The event was an opportunity to express their opinions using art instead of violence. Many people turned up at the event, including Lean Fearon, who had risen […]
This film by Tamesha, Lamar and Sherhyce gives an insight into what young people who attended the Tree House youth centre actually did and why they liked it. There are also comments about how it was different from school. The Tree House was a youth centre run by Kids Company. This film is part of […]
What We’ve Done hooked up with BBC1Xtra to interview the stars of their live broadcast sessions at The Hackney Picturehouse. As part of a deeper analysis into why the 2011 riots kicked of, WWD asked various celebrities their views on police stop and search. Noel Clarke is a celebrated actor, writer and director, best known […]