Young people transitioning to adulthood need the support and care of their peers and community, but for adolescent refugees coming of age can be lonely, isolated and stressful. Our trauma informed youth programme Dinami addresses these challenges through creative projects that help young refugees develop essential soft skills within a community of supportive peers.
At Dinami we use creativity to learn confidence, conflict resolution, and emotional self-regulation. Dinami participants have made films, written and performed plays, crafted jewellery and put on photography exhibitions.
Most importantly Dinami is a growing community of young people who support each other through the challenges of young adulthood.
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