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Projects

42nd Street has a number of projects that look to help young people connect, campaign and create. You can find our current groups on our What's On page, and read about some of our recent projects below.

We Tell You

​New report and manifesto published on how to better understand and improve young black men access to mental health services.

A Manchester peer research group, We Tell You, based at mental health charity 42’nd Street, and supported by Manchester Metropolitan University, has authored a new research report and manifesto on black male perspectives towards mental health services. The goal is to improve understand and improve access to support. 
  • Co-produced with 27 young black men.
  • Access the full report, manifesto and press release below.

Film 42

Funded by Comic Relief and delivered in partnership with Sagita Media, Survivors Manchester and TIPP, Film 42 is a project which empowers young Black men to explore mental health through filmmaking. The films our young men have created will form part of an upcoming campaign which seeks to change the way that young Black men access services for support with their mental health and in turn, how these services ensure they have the best possible experience. Our young men will act as Ambassadors for the Film 42 project, so you can expect to see and hear from them over the coming months.

If you’d like to find out more information about the project or would like to support the campaign, please email Reece.Williams@42ndstreet.org.uk

Cloud 42

Care Leavers aged 16-25 have come together to lead on research into how mental health services can be improved to better support care experienced young people. Our full report is coming soon and if you'd like to know more about the group itself you can take a look here

Thriving at Work

Young people with lived experience of mental health conditions led on a project on how young people can thrive in the workplace, with recommendations and guidance for how to make working environments more accepting and beneficial to all.

You can read the report and more here

 
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