Having Our Say3 is a photographic and digital storytelling project that offers young people the opportunity to explore and reflect on their experiences of, and perspectives on, the impact of sexual exploitation and trafficking.
Young people affected by sexual exploitation often face complex and enduring interrelated issues, such as familial domestic and sexual violence, substance misuse, physical and mental substance misuse, physical and mental substance misuse, physical and mental health problems, and experience of being missing from home or being ‘looked after’.
The participant’s digital stories have fed into a resource to be used by service providers and professionals to deliver services and workshops that are directly informed by the experiences and perspectives of young people themselves.
This site is a detailed insight into the project, the participant’s work and the resource.
If you would like more information or would like to book the Having Our Say 3 training please email firstname.lastname@example.org or find out more on the Resource page.