This audio documentary was commissioned by the Community Relations and Equality Board for Norfolk as part of an insight study into the day-to-day experiences and opinions of community tensions and ‘hate’ in Great Yarmouth.
This is a unique opportunity to listen to peoples’ lived experiences of being identified as different because of who they are. It captures perceptions and opinions on who or what they think is responsible for tensions in Great Yarmouth. The documentary also captures the importance of connections between individuals and groups and how these can help break down barriers and diffuse tensions.
Produced for the Community Relations and Equality Board for Norfolk.