July 26-31 2021

Avada Festival
Avada Festival

AFCT Podcast Launch

The Act for Change Together Podcast platforms the experiences of young people across the UK who want to change the narrative on assumptions that have been made about them.

How to engage people that disagree with you (part 1)

Award winning menstrual health charity Irise International open the Act for Change Together podcast by tackling a big question in activism - how do we engage people in our work who disagree with us?

Mental Health in Education

Newport Mind present a podcast looking at Mental Health in education, specifically secondary school provision for teachers.

More than a statistic

Headlines about young people with lived experience of care focus on the negatives. We’re told they’re trouble-makers, don’t do well at school, live their lives on benefits and getting mixed up in crime.

Stop and Search

Young people of The Warren are joined by the head of stop and search in Hull. We work with many young people who have been through the stop and search process and feel they have been stereotyped not only because of their race but also their age, appearance and gender.

Being a Young Refugee

The Kent Refugee Action Network (KRAN) presents a podcast on the false and harmful stereotypes that refugees confront. Narrated by KRAN's Youth Ambassadors, young refugees describe their reality, made worse by common myths about who they are, and what they seek.

Being Trans

How would you feel if your very existence was being debated, ridiculed and judged everyday? Not just by the expected crowds, but people who you love and share community with?

Facebook Has No Standards

We share our stories of times people have assumed we’re not capable because of our disabilities, how this made us feel and how this has pushed us to become activists.

How to engage people that disagree with you (Part 2)

Award winning menstrual health charity Irise International open the Act for Change Together podcasts by tackling a big question in activism - how do we engage people in our work who disagree with us?

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