This performance represents COVID 19 and the impact it has had on the children.
This film reflects on children and young peoples' experiences through the pandemic and what parents, carers and professionals need to be aware of to support children and young people and to ensure their ACEs do not define them.
In this film, we see the voices of children and young peoples' experience of education and the impact this has on their mental health.
Children and young peoples' experiences of belonging during the pandemic.
Views of children and young peoples' experiences of technology and the impact this has on their mental health during the pandemic.
Exploring how young people feel about their rights being affected and how the pandemic has played a part in this.
Nani - The winner of the first NOW Festival which took place in 2016
A powerful poem about young peoples struggles, written and read out by young people.
This ACE film from the 2019 NOW Festival shows Olivia opening up about what life was like for her growing up with ACEs.
This animation is about a young person entering the care system who is dealing with difficult emotions.
Produced by The Art Clinic Liverpool 2019 artclinic.org.uk
In a world where human brains inch across snowy landscapes, where perils lurk in every shadow, one community will rally behind a struggling brain—and just might change the world in the process.
This film is based on the performance ‘My Teacher Thought I Was, So I Am’ by pupils from Archbishop Blanch school, which won the overall NOW Festival award in 2018
Highlighting the issue of stigma relating to mental health.
This animation aims to support workers to know how to adapt the way they work to make a positive difference to people affected by trauma and adversity
This TedX features the story of a resilient, fictional young girl with an Ace score of 6 called Maja
A TedX talk on ACEs