Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK:

Since 2016, YTT has collaborated with Dr. Henry Bell, currently accompanied by Dr. Ashley Barnes and Dr. Tom Payne from the Performance for Stage & Screen department of the University. Employing interventions/performances, research modules and workshops that concentrate on the exploration and embodiment of the YTT visual language as a human-rights and gender-equality pedagogical tool for both a school and university setting. As part of this research, a series of YTT human-rights and gender-equality educational classes have been delivered to approximately 250 students, ages 13 to 18 years old, in the following high-schools in the north of England :


(1) High Storrs High-School, High Storrs Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire.

(2) Hall Cross Academy High-school, Thorne Rd, Doncaster. Yorkshire.

(3) Vision West Nottinghamshire College, Derby Road, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

(4) New Mills High-School, Church Lane, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire.

YTT Visual Language Class Workshop sample images:

Dr. Henry Bell, presented YTT educational research at the 2018 Human Rights Futures Conference, at the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice, Sheffield.


YTT Academic Awards: YTT (in collaboration with the Performance for Stage & Screen Department) was awarded First Place in the category of Shaping Futures at Sheffield Hallam University, Faculty of Development and Society Team Awards 2017. YTT Published Research: Dr Henry Bell, Bryan McCormack, Image Theatre: “Transforming Perspectives Through Embodied Responses to Refugee Drawings in Yesterday Today Tomorrow (Traceability is Credibility) at the 2017 Venice Biennale.” Ride Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 2018, 23 (2), 294-315.