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The Future is Now: How can young people transform their city?
Thu 13 October 2016, 10:00 – 12:00 BST
How can we empower young people to transform their cities? What's the role of arts, culture and storytelling to enable young people to change the narrative in their communities?
This session will hear from three innovative projects from across Northern Ireland and Scotland to understand how young people can transform their cities and how we can best support and enable them. Expect a fun, engaging and artistic morning!
UV Arts uses art and graffiti to challenge perceptions of public space and empower young people.
Tell it in Colour provide spaces where people can come together & share their stories across Northern Ireland and through storytelling sessions encourage people to find & raise their voices.
Bad Idea help young people develop their ideas to realise their ambitions and harness creativity through their training, competitions and digital community.
About the Unusual Suspects Festival: After the success of two festivals in London and in Glasgow, we are hosting the Unusual Suspects Festival again this year in Northern Ireland on October 12- 14, 2016. 3 days, 2 cities, 15+ events, 40+ organisations all exploring what happens when social innovation meets collaboration and how together we can meet some of society's most pressing challenges. TheFestival brings together the 'unusual suspects' from across Northern Ireland and the world, people who wouldn't normally cross paths, to explore how we can work together in new and different ways to create real social change. To find out more and to sign up to more events