Looks at some examples of Save the Children at work which demonstrates the organsation’s aim to support children’s rights, listen to their voices and act, and to empower them. The film focuses on the work of Bahay Tulugan centre for street children in Manila in the Philippines and on projects in Durham in the UK. The Durham projects are Children and Young Peoples’ Council, which aims to develop mechanisms of dialog with formal strctures which impact upon children’s lives; End House drop-in centre which provides advice on health, sex and HIV/AIDS; Nightstop, which is a project wihin End House providing night shelter through a system of hosts; Care in Durham, jointly run by SCF and Durham Social Services, which focuses on the need of children in care. Two teenagers, both former street boys, who now work as peer educators with Bahay Tuluyan project helping other street children and working to prevent vulnerable children leaving home. Narrator: Anna Ford, Director: Enrico Berrios, Producer: Nan Fromer.
The imagery and film quality may not be to modern standards but is useful for historical use.
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