The Latest from our Blog
Friendship Connections. Lonely?
COC Friendship Clubs Take off in style
Why Knives are bad 4 Young people
Students learn Oral history in Museum Visit
No Knives, Saves Lives Campaign Kicks off
Oral history Project Launch with calls for Unity
Can Miss Zambia Conquer The World?
Who killed Yusuf Sonko?
Oral History Merseyside. The Sailor and the Herdsman
Ending the 3 Evils; Gangs Guns & Knife Crimes
Slavery Yesterday & Today. So Why?
Zambia. Showcasing Zambia’s Farm Produce
Oral History Merseyside. The Dentist & the Pastor
A crafty look at Zambia’s Kabwata Cultural Village
Zambia. Using Social Media to fight unemployment
Telling Africans Stories. The Activist & the Adviser
“Why Did they Kill My Boy?” Mother Appeals for Witnesses
Recording Stories. Volunteers Learn Shooting/Editing skills
Oral History. Volunteer Training Soon
Engaging Youths One-on-One in fight to reduce Crime
The Latest from our our Video Project
What our clients say?
Pastor Matilda Egbumokei. The Story of Africans in Merseyside; It is nice to know something like this is going on. When he first came to say he wanted to record my story, at first I was thinking: do I want anybody to know my story? Do I want to share anything with anybody? DO I have something worth sharing to start with because at times, you don't know if what you have is worth sharing. We do have
Femi Sowande. The Story of AFricans in Merseyside; One of the lessons that I think I have learnt over the years is that a lot of us have very short term processes in Trying to achieve certain things. For some of us who have worked in the community for years and years and years, some of us have hardly seen any progress. I think part of the problem with that we are too short termed in terms of how we do our planning. If we plan 20 years ahead and 20 years back, I think we will progress a lot.
"The COC initiative to teach migrants and young people about the criminal Justice system is highly welcome in our community…ignorance is no excuse from the law."