March 2012
13 Results

Final weeks of Martin Parr exhibition @ NAGW

NEWS : March 26, 2012

By Claire Wearn Still open until April 7th, New Art Gallery Walsall host Martin Parr’s interim exhibition offering an insight into the second year of Black Country Stories, commissioned and produced by Multistory. Now half way through the project we wanted to offer a taste of what Martin had captured after spending 2011 in Walsall. […]

Your suggestions for ‘best bits of the Black Country”

NEWS : March 25, 2012

By Claire Wearn We asked you to tell us what you think are the best things about the Black Country… whether it’s the best place to get grey peas and bacon, a saag aloo or pint of ale to the old places you worked or the best jumble sale in town… We are still asking […]

Project features on BBC News School Report

NEWS : March 21, 2012

The Agents For Change community journalism group from Acland Burgley School in London appeared as one of 1000 schools to take part in BBC News School Report on 15 March 2012. BBC News School Report gives 11-16 year-old students in the UK the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience. Using […]

Week 4 – Local journalist visits Agents for Change

NEWS : March 9, 2012

By Matt (Year 13) Local Journalist Dan Carrier joined Agents for Change latest session. Dan came with perfect timing so that he could help us evaluate the work we had done on Saturday interviewing the local community. Dan kicked off the session talking about his career taking him from the national newspapers of the Guardian […]

Week 5 – As Bad As We Think?


By Miracle We conducted interviews, surveys and questionnaires to find out what the good people of Camden think about young people. I found that although they had a great deal to say, the majority of the answers we got were, in fact, positive and innocent, despite us reassuring them to be as honest as possible […]

Making Progress


Oliver Hamdi The Agents for Change group have been very busy challenging the negative perceptions of young people that exist within our community. They are in the process of raising their profile within the Camden community and in particular Tufnell Park. Within the school we have featured in the school bulletin, prepared a whole school […]

Week 3 – Interviewing on the streets of Camden

NEWS : March 8, 2012

By Poppy (Year 7) On Saturday 11th February the whole of the Agents for Change group, including me, went to Camden Market and Tufnell Park and used 3 ways to gather public opinion in our community about stereotyping of youths and challenging the negative perceptions that exist. The first was interviews on camera, we had […]