Catch21 - Our Charity ArmCatch21 is a charitable production company set up in 2005 which trains young people to make videos and engage with their communities.Catch Creative - Our Video Production ArmCatch Creative offers a complete video production service, from Conception to Distribution.Catch EngagementCatch Engagement is the new video interaction platform from Catch21 which allows you to run a campaign using both user generated films as well as professionally shot ones which are displayed via Video 'Walls'. Catch Engagement is all about using films to build an online community - welcome to the future of video.

We shoot cutting edge videos and provide a forum to give people a voice.
Engagement. Discussion. Empowerment.


All content featured on our charity site is produced by young volunteers with the support and mentoring of our professional production team.

Shows no image

Published on December 13th, 2007 | by The Editor
Image ©

In this interview Omar talks to him about the drugs debate and Nigel talks about how it is important to invest more police time into making sure that the “Mr. Bigs” of the drugs world are dealt with, and to make sure young people are educated about how to take care of their bodies, allowing them to make an informed choice. He also speaks about how he disagrees with the declassification of cannabis to class C.

Nigel is a supporter of encouraging young people to be more active in order to tackle the problem of childhood obesity & talks to Omar about his concerns over the government plans for more holistic services in schools. He also talks about using the internet and social networking sites like Facebook as a tool to deal with apathy among young voters, and voices his opposition to top-up fees.

0

Nigel Evans MP

In this interview Omar talks to him about the drugs debate and Nigel talks about how it is important to invest more police time into making sure that the “Mr. Bigs” of the drugs world are dealt with, and to make sure young people are educated about how to take care of their bodies, allowing them to make an informed choice. He also speaks about how he disagrees with the declassification of cannabis to class C.

Nigel is a supporter of encouraging young people to be more active in order to tackle the problem of childhood obesity & talks to Omar about his concerns over the government plans for more holistic services in schools. He also talks about using the internet and social networking sites like Facebook as a tool to deal with apathy among young voters, and voices his opposition to top-up fees.

Tags:


About the Author



Back to Top ↑