LEAVE YOUR VANITY BEHIND AND START WORKING ON YOUR INNER SELF
We are super excited to announce our first event of 2020 and the first ever of its kind: Self Love Virtual Slumber Party!
Event for young girls aged 15-18
3 hours of fun games, workshops and a goody bag will be sent out
Limited Spaces available so please click the link BELOW to register your spot!
See you there!
WE ARE BACK!
The I Love Me Project supports, educates and empowers primarily young people aged 13-25 that struggle with confidence, self esteem and sense of self in unconventional ways.
We offer bespoke confidence building workshops, one-to-one mentoring, unique events and a platform to showcase the skills that are identified and developed during the course of time with us.
Although our project is full of exciting and unique opportunities, it consistently remains clear that issues within our communities are addressed, taken seriously and tackled through the various forms in which we choose to express ourselves. These forms include art, music, fashion, dance, writing, volunteering and much more.
WHAT WE DO
We offer unique and interactive bespoke workshops which can be adapted to fit your requirements. From school appearances to corporate functions, we cover a wide spectrum of events and topics to suit all ages, abilities and groups.
Contact us for a free quote.
Our workshops are:
Suit All Learning Styles
ANNUAL FASHION SHOW
Every year we choose a theme to focus on and explore. Because humans are vein and body image is one of the biggest issues young people face, we thought it would be best to host an annual fashion show which addresses these issues all while building confidence, self esteem and having FUN!
Read about this year's show here.
ASYLUM SEEKERS & REFUGEES
Asylum Seekers and Refugees are dehumanised and disregarded in society. They are viewed as problems, threats and leeches of resources and government funding.
These stereotypes and labels could not be further from the truth. After spending many years working with asylum seekers and refugees, our founder, Lydia Unsudimi has developed a deep and insightful perspective on the inhumane conditions they have to live in, the painful stories of rejection, racism and discrimination they've had to live with, and the simple desires they have in life.
These desires include things like being reunited with their loved ones, being able to provide for their families and rebuild their lives, to move on with their lives and get past the traumatic experiences which led them to seek refuge.
The I Love Me Project are committed to ensuring they are represented positively, connected and supported by local community and given opportunities to express themselves. Stay tuned for announcements on upcoming projects and how you can get involved!
For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please fill out the following form:
Should you need to write to us, please use the address below:
Westend Neighbourhood Centre, Andrewes Street, Leicester LE3 5PA
of young girls feel they have low self esteem
of men are unhappy with their body image
of teens experience depression before adulthood
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