Date(s) - 12/11/2019
17:30 - 20:00
Royal Geographical Society
The Forgiveness Project will be running their 2019 Annual Lecture on 12 November in London to be delivered by their Founder, Marina Cantacuzino.
In Power and Persuasion: the urgent need for restorative narratives in unforgiving times, Marina will explore the intersection between turbulence and forgiveness. Amid a seemingly global rush towards hate, division and insularity, she will consider how forgiveness and humanising narratives can break cycles of conflict, transform relationships and restore hope.
Marina will be joined on stage by Jacob Dunne and Joan Scourfield who will be sharing their personal experience of restorative justice, and exploring how dialogue can be a powerful force in ending cycles of violence.
The evening will be chaired by award winning documentary filmmaker and Professor at the University of the Arts in London, Pratāp Rughani. Having filmed in areas of conflict all over the world, Pratāp is interested in how people of radically different perspectives can come together to develop deeper listening and dialogue.
Venue: Royal Geographical Society,1 Kensington Gore, SW7 2AR
Date: Tuesday, 12th November 2019
Time: Doors open 18.30, lecture 19.00 – 21.00 with cash bar afterwards
Tickets: £15 / £10 concessions (low income)
Buy tickets here: www.theforgivenessproject.com/Event/the-forgiveness-projects-2019-annual-lecture