Rangatahi (youth) are our future leaders and storytellers, and we want to provide an opportunity to uplift and amplify the voices of the next generation of creatives
Today’s youth adopt and adapt to new technologies - they are already engaged in creating and consuming a range of visual and digital content. We can provide opportunities to develop storytelling skills, to engage audiences with their passions, concerns and ideas.
It will help grow the next generation of globally aware and connected leaders through screen literacy, knowledge and cultural exchange programmes, co-designed with rangatahi to ensure buy-in.
These programmes will also show Wellington’s youth that a creative life and living is possible in Wellington.
- Engage rangatahi to enjoy screen experiences and create content about their passions and concerns
- Ensure equal access for all children and young people – diverse representation and perspectives to build understanding
- Provide opportunities to explore the Sustainable Development Agenda and how it relates to their communities now and in the future
- Provide screen experience and literacy programmes designed by youth to inspire and engage their peers.