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Personal stories and poems about conflict from contexts such as Syria, Afghanistan and the UK
We are delighted to be joined by Dr. Hilary Cremin and her students from Cambridge Peace and Education Research Group (University of Cambridge) as they share their personal stories and poems about conflict from contexts such as Syria, Afghanistan and the UK. They explore how war and conflict is changing and how this affects arts-based peace-building work in and through education.
Following an introduction to CPERG and its work, this webinar will involve live and recorded performances of poems and readings of stories, by people in their own words from contexts such as Syria, Afghanistan and inner-city areas of the UK.
Hilary and her students have formed the Cambridge Peace Education Research Group and much of their work centres on the Arts and story-telling. This session will reveal the power of this work in working towards global justice.
You can register for Stories and Poems from the New Wars here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8785673364404606736
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When: Monday 24 May 8pm
What: Stories and poems about conflict from contexts such as Syria, Afghanistan and the UK
Where: Online Webinar
Tickets: Free (booking required) - Register for the event by clicking 'book tickets' above
Age Guidance: Suitable for ages 14+