26 January 2015
“AUSTERITY BITES: Children’s Voices” is a creative participation project engaging with 34 children and young people from eight principalities to hear from them what aspects of the austerity crisis are affecting their lives and the realization of their rights. The voices of children and young people are represented through a number of short audio and visual films created from still and moving images and audio representations of their experiences and views. It provides children with a channel to express their views through the creation of their own short films and animations.
The 32 films were combined to form a unique maze-like, multi-screen exhibition shown for the first time to ENOC members and other participants during the ENOC 2014 Annual Conference in Edinburgh
Find out more about “AUSTERITY BITES” and check out the 32 films in digital format here.