• About 4 all colours

    We are a project run by and for young people. The overall aim is to encourage creativity, innovative thought and talent in local communities, making photography and art more accessible and particularly to bring out the positive influence and beauty of diversity and culture. We want to help young people from different boroughs in London to appreciate and understand the contribution that different minorities make to our common culture.

    How do we do that? By means of photography. Through community workshops, photographic initiatives/outings, gallery visits and exhibitions. All these activities are taylormade by a proffesional photographer.

    We believe these are great opportunities for young people to explore and approach human issues through visual arts, so they can be aware of how we can all contribute to the common culture in the UK regardless of ethnic background, religion, colour and ability.

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Nkiru

“I am Nkiru, 18 years old and student of Law. I start volunteering very young age at about 11 years of age. I wanted to make the people happier. But now also the fact of helping them, giving them hope – appeals to me to do it . Now I am visiting people in the … Continue reading

Stefany

“I am Stefany, I am 20 years old and I am studying Law. I volunteer occasionally in an organisation that helps and teaches people for free in the legal skills. I am studying Law so it is very helpful for my professional experience. On the other hand, it helps them a lot because sometimes the … Continue reading

Margot

“My name is Margot, I am 24 years old and I am studying Conservation. I did a lot of volunteering but most of them in museums, which was enriching because I had to do what I want to do in the future, conservation. I remember with special affection one tiny and gorgeous museum where Ivolunteered. … Continue reading

Romina

“I am Romina, 18 years old and student of Nursing. I started volunteering in my church when I was 15 years old. I had to plan some activities for the children there and I had so much good memories of this experience. Now I am visiting people in the hospital, also useful because I am … Continue reading

Gaia

“My name is Gaia, I am 20 years old and I am studying Classics. I started proper volunteering at 16 years old, visiting old people in a hospice in Italy. However I don’t like the word volunteering because sounds like a organisational thing, something that you put in the cv. For me was not just … Continue reading

Lena

“I am Lena, 22 years old and student of Linguistics. I taught english to immigrants mexicans who have just arrived in USA. My spanish teacher told me about this workshop. I was doing a exchange in USA and I  was looking for everything that was new to do. Even though I was really attracted to … Continue reading

Matt Lee

“My name is Matt Lee, I am 22 years old and I am studying Art. I started four years ago volunteering in my church, serving the homeless. I am student, so I don’t have money to help, I give instead my time and my attention. Volunteering is a giving back to the society. You don’t … Continue reading

Maria

“I am Maria Serrano, I am 20 years old and I am studying Medicine. It was part of a subject in the school to do a volunteering during 20 hours per year, so I didn’t have a choice. However, this was 6 years ago and I am still volunteering. Now i do it because i … Continue reading

Celine Chan

“My name is Celine Chan, I am 20 years old and I m studying Dentistry. I started volunteering last year as a suggestion of the residence where I am living in London. Something inside me pull me to do it, I just wanted to do something useful to contribute with the society. I taught english … Continue reading

4 ALL COLOURS CONTINUES!

This time we want to show you other young people activist who are doing or have been doing volunteering or workshops to help the others. We interviewed them and found that there a lot of kind of opportunities to collaborate with the mission of integration and help.  We want to inspire young people to discover … Continue reading