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WATCH: Young Derry people create video about the city saying 'We have a lot to be proud of!'
28 Jul 2018
A group of young Derry people have created a video to show the positive aspects of our city as they felt this month's negative attention due to unrest around the 12th of July was not the true image of Derry. The young people are involved in a good relations programme with Peace Bytes, TCSALK (Together Changing Society Amongst Learning Kids), Interreg - EU funding to promote harmonious economic, social and territorial development and the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). WATCH the video here:
https://www.facebook.com/bytesproject/videos/1098044617028928/ Introducing the video 'Our Wee City!' the young people say: 'As a group of young people we want to showcase some of the things the city of Derry/Londonderry has to offer. We have also looked at the recent negative unrest on the build up to the 12th of July. We hope you enjoy our video and please like, share and tag your friends. 'Please accept our apologies for the typos within the video we are sure you will agree it doesn't take away from the content and message. 'Thank you 'TCSALK (Together Changing Society Amongst Learning Kids) 'Tomas, Corey, Sinead, Aaron, Lee, Kaelam, Laura & Canice. '#INTERREG #PEACE4YOUTH #SEUPB #PEACEBYTES'
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