Exploring the Power of ‘Restorative Narratives’ to Transform Lives (Festival of Ideas)

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Marina Cantacuzino, founder of The Forgiveness Project, shares stories of people whose life has been shattered by violence, tragedy and injustice and who are learning to forgive, reconcile and move on. Marina’s unique and radical work is a study in compassion.

In this session, Marina talks about the role of storytelling in the Forgiveness Project. At the heart of The Forgiveness Project is an understanding that restorative narratives have the power to transform lives; not only supporting people to deal with issues in their own lives, but also building a climate of resilience, hope and empathy.

Suitable for: 15 years and up
LOCATION: Malvern St James Girls School
TIME: 11am-12pm
All sessions require a ticket for entry. We have a Progressive Payment System:
Standard – the price that enables us to recover costs;
Patron – an enhanced price that supports our discounted ticket;
Discount – a subsidised ticket. You choose the ticket price suitable for you.£8/£10/£6 + booking feeAll sessions have a limited number of Free tickets available. Donations are very welcome.

Sunday 3 March 2024


Malvern St James Girls School


Malvern St James Girls School

15 Avenue Road


WR14 3BA

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