Who we are!
What we do
We raise awareness of human rights issues and challenges as a way to inspire young people to become actively engaged in social and political matters around the world, as well as at their doorstep.
Our mission is to work with young people, and for them to take ownership of their human rights and provide a platform in which they develop confidence to realise their power and gives them a voice. We do this through creative arts workshops that use storytelling, filmmaking, and performance, to widen young people's understanding and respect of human rights.
Teach to question everything
We believe that education is a political tool, and to not educate individuals about their human rights is therefore to make them passive about the issue. To create good citizens we must enable young people to feel empowered by giving them more freedom to question content, and especially expose them to events which make them well-rounded and critically engaged citizens of the world. Skaped is an inclusive movement that uses social media to spread our message #Skaped
Our Skaped team work together in delivering the ideal workshops, they use their experiences and skills to pass on their knowledge.
Sandy - Founder
Sandy a creative entrepreneur, filmmaker, an activist and the founder of Skaped, born in Egypt and grew up in East-London. Experiencing inequality, discrimination, and racism made her passionate about empowering young people to share their voice. Uses art as a method to document, educate and talk about violations and human rights issues. Represented the U.K at the UN Youth Summit in New York in 2017
Brazilian born. Human rights activist with special interest in representative democracy and defending any individuals oppressed in any shape or form. CPD international human rights law at London School of Economics, currently volunteering at Amnesty International at their Education Programme