With your support, our students wrote and produced a short play for the community on labour trafficking and safe migration. One trend we see in our community is people seeking opportunities to work abroad in order to make money to support their families. These opportunities also present potential risks.
The group of teen leaders performed the play for two different groups in the local area, reaching over 120 people. Staff provided training and information on the topic, but the play was entirely directed and organized by the students. Opportunities like these help students learn how to work in a group, increases confidence, and develop leadership skills. By presenting knowledge in a easily understood way, community members can learn about trafficking easier.
“These are good opportunities for the students to explain their opinions, for adults to see that the students’ voices are important, that their children have a lot of potential, and to help them understand each other more,” explains Kru Ball, the Activity and Scholarship manager.
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