Create Not Hate

An initiative to get marginalised young people from diverse backgrounds into the creative industries.


Create Not Hate is an initiative founded by Quiet Storm’s Trevor Robinson OBE in 2007, which aims to see marginalised young people across the capital being coached by experts from the worlds of advertising, TV, film, design, digital and online media. Looking back at his own experiences growing up in Clapham, Trevor believes that everyone has the potential to be creative and that, by tapping into the creativity of young people, we can deliver social change. Create Not Hate has previously worked with hundreds of young people across London in a competition to make short films and the winning movie - written by two 14-year-olds, Jaron Williams and Alimur Rahman and co-directed by Dennis Gyamfi - earned national headlines and was screened in cinemas. Trevor now wants to make the movement even bigger and turn it into an on-going community organisation. He is calling all businesses across the creative industry to get involved. 

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