YouthMADE is a media arts production and outreach program that inspires those who have experienced racism and discrimination to become creative agents of change.

A dynamic example of peer education in action, YouthMADE brings young people to the ‘front of the classroom’ through a series of interactive youth-facilitated workshops that incorporate the core values of the project: Creativity, Critical Analysis and Compassion.

Using the power of youth-voice and digital storytelling to speak directly to youth,YouthMADE workshops give young people an opportunity to generate conversations that are meaningful and relevant to them.

Thanks to the generous financial support provided by the project sponsors, the YouthMADE workshops are being made available for free.

Visit our YouthMADE page.