Roma community CSE film gets Rotherham premiere
A NEW film made by young people from the local Roma community to warn others about the dangers of child sexual exploitation has received its Rotherham premiere.
Young people have taken part in producing the seven-minute video in their first language of Czech to raise awareness of CSE among Roma kids.
The film — titled “viem ako sa cítiš”, which translates as “I know how you feel” — was unveiled at an event at the myplace youth centre in St Ann’s organised by Rotherham Ethnic Minority Alliance (REMA).
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