COMMUNICATIONS NEWS: NSPCC project puts domestic violence issues on agenda

A group of young people affected by domestic violence have produced a film to help others, which will be shown for the first time at the NSPCC Young People's Conference on Monday.

The video has been written, acted and produced by HYPE (Help Young People Express), one of NSPCC's young people's advisory groups set up around the country to help the charity canvass young people's views.

The video, Don't Know What's Coming, aims to communicate simple key messages to victims such as 'You are not alone', 'It's OK to tell' and 'You are not to blame'.

NSPCC community worker Paul Ryan said: "It was an opportunity for young people to voice something that was important to them."

After the conference, the video will be available from the charity.

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