The social enterprise behind the My Dangerous Loverboy campaign, has reached the shortlist for the ‘Social Impact’ category at the 7th SEYH Awards.
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More than 3,000 children every year are excluded for offences including bullying, sexual assaults and sexual harassment.
Nick Hart, currently making his West End debut, talks about how he devised his ‘loverboy’ character
The girls, some as young as 12 years old, are lured into
relationships by older boys and young men
The Internal Trafficking of girls and young women into the sex industry is not just a problem that is confined to the UK.
In order to reach the target audience of teenage girls a variety of different media and events will be used
My Dangerous Loverboy is to launch a new online forum for survivors of sexual abuse to share their stories within a friendly and safe community environment.
Working with charity Barnardos, we tell the stories of girls who are recovering from traumatic experiences using animation. Stick figures that they draw become animations distributed through the web and as free mobile downloads.
Photography as a source of inspiration – we want to use the creative imagination of our audience to fight sex trafficking – designing posters, logos, badges, T shirts
‘Set Me Free’ is the theme song of the My Dangerous Loverboy film – we want to inspire our teenage audience to compose their own songs and music to fight sex trafficking
Using the genre of a teen detective thriller, we plan to actively engage our target audience on the web and mobile through story lines dealing with issues like love, sex, betrayal, friendship and self esteem.
We want to use the power and immediacy of documentary film making to reveal the reality of internal trafficking.