‘The Invisible Path’

5th of October, 2010 Bookmark and Share
Youngsters in London will join some of football’s leading lights this winter by taking part in EWAV Works ‘The Invisible Path.

EWAV Works has been supported by the Big Lottery to deliver ‘The Invisible Path’ starting October 2010, launched by Meg Hiller, MP for Shoreditch and Hackney South at Shoreditch Park. The Invisible Path is a new inspiring mentoring programme for the families of and children who are at risk of becoming indoctrinated into gangs, offending, are socially excluded, disaffected and engaged in anti social behaviour. We will look at practical solutions to achieve positive futures, improve social, communication and presentation skill using new media and multimedia channels such as Animation and Motion Images Production.

The project will be working with local youth offending teams, schools, colleges, groups in some of the most deprived areas to produce events, materials and activities as part of the initiative. The activities being supported include youth forums, exhibitions, and educational programmes. Football is something that unites people and as a result we have teamed up with Arsenal Football Club to give the young people football training alongside this initiative, this projects tap into our national game’s unique ability to bring communities across the country closer together.
EWAV Works
NOTE TO EDITORS: For interviews or for further information on The Invisible Path, contact Lola Atkins on 02082499880 or 0788 303 1115, email – lola@ewavworks.com