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Kids in Bourke are ‘takin’ a different path’

Young people in Bourke NSW have produced three short films with strong messages as part of the ALS Talking FactSheet Project. The films reflect life in Bourke and were crafted, filmed and directed by the young people. Each film tells a story about how to stay out of trouble and making the right choices.

The Talking FactSheet Project aims to provide young Aboriginal people with the skills to create short films while learning about the law and rights and responsibilities. You can watch all the films made by young people from Bourke, Wagga Wagga, Taree, Moruya, Redfern and Parramatta here. The making of the short films in Bourke relied on a collaboration between Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW/ACT) and Bourke’s Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project.

14th September 2016

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