Dialogue project unveiled by Derry youths
Young people from the north west have interviewed ex-combatants and community leaders in a project aimed at challenging sectarianism.
The youths aged between 14 and 18 unveiled their work at the Shared Future Centre in Londonderry yesterday.
A series of multi-media and research projects were unveiled at the Shared Future Centre in the Waterside.
The inter-generational projects have been spearheaded by Headliners youth media organisation and aimed at promoting reconciliation by exploring sectarianism, prejudice, and shared space through recorded interviews, recordings, writings, video presentations and photography.
The project was managed by the Northwest Peace III Cluster.