Our Projects

Here, you can read about our track record of projects. For news on our latest projects, check our blog!

Trading Up

Trading Up was funded by South Yorkshire Community Foundation’s Young People Into Employment fund. We engaged participants, with a focus on people who are unemployed and within the 16-25 age group, in workshops that upskilled them in computer rebuilding skills, open source software alongside utilising the internet and computers whilst improving confidence and social/interpersonal skills […]

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Roar to Break the Silence

Roar to Break the Silence expanded our work with the Restoration of Human Rights Zimbabwe (ROHR) Yorkshire and Humber branch, with workshops in podcasting, video making, software use, and more.

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Computing Community

This Awards for All-funded project involved partnering with local businesses to engage local people who will benefit from our services.

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Knowledge Upgrading

Knowledge Upgrading was a Doncaster Council Neighbourhood Learning in Deprived Communities (NLDC) funded project that engaged 20 participants in workshops.

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Open to Connections

Open to Connections was a Sheffield Town Trust funded project where we engaged members of the Shalesmoor area and volunteer teaching assistants, enhancing community cohesion.

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Roundabout

SilenceBreaker Media were contracted in by youth housing charity Roundabout to engage young people who were staying at Roundabout’s hostel through a 3 workshop, 2 hours long project.

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Restoration!

Restoration of Human Rights (ROHR) Zimbabwe worked with SBm to learn how to rebuild and restore donated used computers, and how to email friends “on the ground” in Zimbabwe.

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Breaking Barriers

This project in Edlington, Doncaster, engaged 17 adults who were not at the time in paid work in order to guide them through computer building and user training to improve their employability.

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Building Bridges

Building Bridges engaged younger people and adults in working together, equipped with skills and tools to rebuild used computers and reinstall them with open source ethical software.

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Intergenet

This was our second Awards for All funded project, taking place in Edlington, Doncaster. This included the development of The Intersection – SilenceBreaker Media’s community based social networking site.

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Voice for the Voiceless

Voice for the Voiceless enabled the participants to be involved in the rebuilding/reconditioning process of the computers, alongside the installation of an ethical operating system and open source software.

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Neighbours Can Help

In 2010-11 we partnered with fellow social enterprises Silent Cities and Neighbours Can Help to deliver the latter’s social networking media project of the same name in Maltby, South Yorkshire.

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