Launch of our YouTube Channel and  NTU Media Students' Video


We recently had the pleasure of working with a team of Nottingham Trent University media students who have produced a short documentary-style video about Imara. We were so impressed with their professionalism and are over the moon with the results, which we are now able to share with you. The video beautifully introduces Imara: what we do, how we do it and why. We hope we will be able to use it as a gentle and inspiring introduction to our cause and work in many settings and situations going forwards. Please help us share it far and wide!

This video is also the first to launch our brand new YouTube channel! We have lots of plans coming up for the YouTube channel so please do go over, like the video and subscribe so you don’t miss anything -

One thing coming to the YouTube channel very soon is our Director Cath’s first Thought Leadership Vlog, following recommendations from a media consultant provided by Comic Relief that we should be using our expertise to shout loudly about our cause and assert ourselves as the expert voice on child sexual abuse that we are. (Thank you very much Darryl! We hope we will make you proud!)

Thank you to Zhen, Coreen, Annie and Matt for producing the video, and we can’t wait to see what amazing things you all do and produce in the future.

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