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Good Together: Film making and peer support training opportunity

Macmillan Cancer Support are working in partnership with Open Cinema and the Mental Health Foundation, and we are seeking expressions of interest from people affected by both cancer and emotional or psychological wellbeing problems to take part in a short pilot programme in participatory filmmaking and peer support. The pilot will run from June to September 2017.

Apply before: Tuesday 11 July 2017

You need to be 18 years old or over to apply for this opportunity.

You need to have experience of cancer to apply for this opportunity.


What we're looking for

  • Must be based in or very near London. Able to attend sessions in central London
  • Experience of both cancer and emotional/psychological problems
  • An interest in peer support training
  • An interest in learning film making skills
  • Available for regular workshops between June and September

What you can gain from this opportunity

  • Training in peer support and self management skills
  • Opportunity to learn a variety of film making skills
  • Opportunity to create a short film as part of a group
  • Opportunity to share and use your experience
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