When I was 17 I met a girl and fell in love with her. She was great and we stayed together for many years. Shortly after our first anniversary she had a breakdown – she shut down and couldn’t cope with life. She was ill for a long time. I never told my family because […]
Since June 2010 somewhereto_ has unlocked over 400,000 sq. ft of previously unused or empty space. We’re passionate about working with two entities that we feel are massively undervalued in today’s society: space and young people. By matching the two we aim to unlock the potential in both. somewhereto_ gives young people the opportunity to […]
Nelson Mandela has died of a lung infection at the age of 95 in his home in Johannesburg, South Africa. Mandela was a hero and an icon of freedom as he fought for many years of his life to have rights for his people. Yet shockingly, this life-changing, historical figure was not even known by […]
Working with NHS Haringey and Hornsey School for Girls, Exposure has developed this short video to explore what it means to be in a healthy sexual relationship. The video also includes a media stunt by students from Hornsey School for Girls, who ‘invaded’ Alexandra Park School’s Sixth Form Centre to discuss safer sex and promote […]
Once I’d completed my college course, I immediately wanted to get a job. I’d had trouble finding work. I was told about Jobcentre Plus, a government agency that aims to help people into work. So I headed to the one local to me. With a strong feeling of confidence and excitement, I stepped into the […]
As an American in London it’s often surprising that stuff so routine to me is completely obscure to people here. Take ‘Black Friday’, an annual shopping extravaganza with massive sale stock and huge item discounts that’s the complete norm in the US, but doesn’t really have an equivalent here, though Boxing Day sales may be […]
Woop, woop! That’s the sound of the police! The siren of a fed car can provoke a negative reaction in some young people; those that know what stop and search means, and especially those, perhaps, who pulled a hoodie on that morning. It’s not uncommon for these young people to argue that they’re the victims […]
I’m a teenager. I have had family issues throughout my life. When I was a small child my mum was a victim of domestic violence. My dad was sent to prison for it. As I grew up, not being able to contact my dad really hurt. I never really understood the full details of why […]
Exposure is proud to release its latest short film, Lonely Minds
Dimi Dyakova explores the true meaning of the movement and why it involves men...
Ines Alves sat reading her revision notes next to burning building; Dimi Dyakova reports
Shakira Dyer talks to Spurs fans at the screening of Exposure's Tottenham Hotspur documentary
N discusses embracing change, whilst overcoming harmful and dangerous obstacles
Meissa Haouari talks about the lack of press freedom in some parts of the...
Ahmed Hope explores why more young people went out to vote
A discusses becoming a migrant in foster care, and embracing positive opportunities