Admission Price: Free to attend, but please register here
Speakers: Tukiya-Kaunda Mutupa, Sipho Hubane
Series: SHS Film Club
A story about London teenagers who are granted a day of compassionate leave and what they do with the day. Made in 2006 the film portrays gang culture which is still relevant today. The screening will be attended by experts who work with gangs and will help facilitate the discussion after the 87 minute film.
Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 the School of Health Sciences film Club at City, University of London shows films free of charge to students, lecturers and others persons connected with learning about health and social care.
Tukiya-Kaunda Mutupa and and Sipho Hubane from Westminster Integrated Gangs Unit will facilitate a discussion after we have watched the film.
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When and where
6.00pm - 9.00pmMonday 12th November 2018