14 May 2015

Posted by Tim Fleming

KEEP Short film in the USA

Recently we edited our full length KEEP documentary into a ten minute short. We're delighted that it is now being used as a learning tool in the USA at Harvard University and the Orgegon Social Learning Center.

One of the KEEP model developers, Professor Phil Fisher has been very complementary about our film and is now sharing it with his colleagues at Harvard.

Its great when you make a film that becomes a useful resource for people who are developing good practice in the way we care for our young people. 

Thanks to NIS Director Colin Waterman for your continued support. 

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