Arty briefs. Via brittnybadger. Usual rules apply.
This is the blogging equivalent of a retweet, but hell, I think this is quite important.
It's do with Planning For Good - check the wiki out here.
Anyway, I'll let Mark take over now:
This is an urgent request to planning & strategy folk (responses needed by monday night)
Can you help us help the Ideas Foundation? [http://www.ideasfoundation.org.uk/]
It's a UK charity that is committed to championing creativity in young people
"We broker projects between industry and education. We spot & develop young people’s creativity.
We pilot creative education projects and champion transferable skills within the creative industries and beyond.
We provide effective work experience, internship and apprenticeship opportunities. We signpost further & higher education routes to creative employment and enterprise.
And having done all that, we encourage our creativity scholars to stay in touch and get involved"
So here's the shout out to Planning for Good types - do you have a social policy brief that you've written that these kids can do work from?
Maybe the client didn't buy it? Maybe the suits or the CD didn't like it? Or your boss? Or you?
So what are we after?
A brief to target a youth audience on a social policy area
It could be in areas such as smoking cessation, sexual health, knife or gun crime, drug or alchohol abuse, bullying, internet safety etc.
We'd just like your old briefs.
Or, if you really want to write a new one, please feel free to do so but just make sure you include the usual information (the problem defined, the audience, etc) and try to ground it in reality and evidence...
Thanks very much in advance on behalf of the Ideas Foundation - we promise to keep you in touch with what folk send in and what they do with them
Pls send your briefs to me at markearls [at] hotmail [dot] com by Monday night.