Raised Voices was funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation 2013- 2016 with support from the LBBD Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC).

Raised Voices is part of the Jack Petchey Bronze Award Scheme.

For Arc Theatre:

Clifford Oliver – Artistic Director

Natalie Smith – Raised Voices Project Leader, Education Director

Theresa Snooks – Assistant Project Leader, Communications, Design, Monitoring/Evaluation

Nita Bocking – Assistant Project Leader, General Manager

Grace Pluckrose-Oliver – Filmmaker and Raised Voices website

Ambreen Razia – Assistant Project Leader

Zalika Henry – Assistant Project Leader

Special thanks to:

The RAISED VOICES Steering Group: Jo Caswell (Health and Personal Development Advisor) Helen Harding (Interim YOS Operational Manager (Partnerships) Commissioning and Partnerships) Jay Harris (LBBD schools for Barking & Dagenham Police) Jenny Bastock (CSE Operational Lead, Strategic Safeguarding & Commissioning Children’s Services) Sasha Timmermans (MARAC Coordinator), Karen Witt (Assistant Head Teacher at Eastbury School), Jo Higson (Eastbury Comprehensive School), Noelle Gilbert (Grants Officer, Education and Learning Programme and colleagues at Paul Hamlyn Foundation), Leyla Hussein (Co-founder of Daughters of Eve and Hawa’a Haven), Kala Boller, Sue Richardson and Emine Salih-Huseyin at Jo Richardson Community School, Kingsley Hall Church and Community Centre, MOPAC, LBBD Public Health, Barking and Dagenham Police