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.



Coffee Culture

Published on March 27th, 2015 | by Firas Kay

The Arabian Crop that Transformed London I’m sitting in a busy Shoreditch café on a Wednesday lunchtime. It’s my first time here and I’m immediately intrigued by the quality of design and décor. The minimalist aesthetic [&hellip... Read More


The Problem of “Micro” and “Macro”

Published on November 27th, 2014 | by Ross Arthur Griffith

I recently witnessed this exchange at a bookstore in the southern United States. An older couple (white) came in looking for How to Stop the Coming Civil War: My Savage Truth by Michael Savage (a far-right American radio [&hellip... Read More


Nationalism: A socially-constructed hate story.

Published on November 21st, 2014 | by Josh Gray

Nationalism is a tainted word, in a post-World War II era the term ‘nationalism’ has been highjacked by the radical right wing section of the political spectrum. From national socialism to the nationalist factions surrounding contemporary [&hellip... Read More


Shoreditch High Street

Minding the Gap

Published on September 18th, 2014 | by Firas Kay

My daily commute from North to East London is an often interesting and strange affair. The mode of transport chosen brings out different sides of the many contradictions of Inner London's hyper gentrified neighbourhoods. As you traverse the edges of London's financial and trade hub, the ‘Square Mile’, you also traverse the brazenly obvious social and demographic problems that have been brewing since the Thatcher years... Read More


Referendum Debate Turns Ugly

Published on September 5th, 2014 | by Lorna Carnegie

The referendum debate on Scottish independence is beginning to reach its climax as the last few weeks countdown to voting day. However the debate seems to have soured somewhat in recent weeks as people become more [&hellip... Read More


Devolution: An Outsider’s Perspective

Published on September 1st, 2014 | by Ross Arthur Griffith

For someone growing up outside of the United Kingdom, one’s first exposure to the English / Scottish -let’s say “problem” –  is likely to be the 1995 movie Braveheart. That might be a bit inane, but [&hellip... Read More


Is the Media too Quick to Convict?

Published on August 22nd, 2014 | by Lorna Carnegie

Just two years ago, during the Leveson inquiry it was concluded that police investigations should be “controlled more tightly” to stop the media creating the “perception of favouritism” and potentially “violating the private rights of individuals”. [&hellip... Read More


Photograph: Matthew Borkoski .

Does university work?

Published on August 14th, 2014 | by Sadia Aden

At the end of the 2013 academic year, there was 12 million graduates in the UK. In London alone, 6 out of every 10 people living in the capital were graduates. One of these 12 million graduates [&hellip... Read More


Reading Between the Lines

Published on August 5th, 2014 | by Matthew Deacon

How do we understand ourselves and our society as political objects and subjects? How do we read and infer the beliefs and ideals of others through their actions, reactions and interests? How are cultural objects and [&hellip... Read More

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