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Charity Film Awards

Donna Wade | 28th November 2018

This year Phase has entered one of its “Let Talk” Films into the Charity Film Awards. What are these? I hear you say… The Charity Film Awards are for charities who have created videos which have the power to move, to warm hearts, to inspire, to engage…. to change the world: to do good. The Charity Film Awards are designed to celebrate those qualit

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Let's Talk...

Donna Wade | 10th March 2017

After the success of our first Let’s Talk video we decided to make a whole series of videos that would act as conversation starters about key mental health topics. The Princes Trust recently revealed some of their latest statistics, including the the fact that one in four young people said they wouldn’t confide in anyone if they thought they were

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Filming Fun in Hitchin Town Centre

Alice Mills | 10th June 2016

Last week, some of the Phase team ventured down to Hitchin town centre with a camera team and a big red arm chair. The aim was to capture some footage to use in a new 'Let's talk' video. The big red chair was set in the middle of Hitchin market square , where we invited passers-by to take a seat and respond to some cue cards. Written on these cards

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Girlguiding Girls' Attitudes Survey 2015

Kieran Murphy | 24th August 2015

Today the Girlguiding organisation released their annual attitudes survey and the results were extremely interesting, particularly highlighting the need for more self-harm support and education for all. Self-harm was the biggest concern for girls aged 11-21, with eating disorders, depression and overall mental health being amongst their main concer

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Let's Talk Video

Kieran Murphy | 17th June 2015

Our let's talk video has been receiving fantastic feedback and has also been shared by over 100K people! Norman Lamb, Lib Dem MP was very impressed with it and even shared the link on twitter: “@PhaseHitchin: @normanlamb pleasure! Just want to support young people through their struggles.” Really good— Norman Lamb (@normanlamb) May 20, 2015

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