Narrative ‘development’ work

Poverty, conflict, and disease are like ‘clouds’ that encircle our communities. We must find ways to raise our heads above the clouds and work towards the world we hope for … Dulwich Centre Foundation is excited to be present…

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Working in contexts of war and armed conflict

We are currently working in a number of contexts to assist colleagues who are working in contexts of war and armed conflict. This includes being engaged in a three year partnership with the Treatment and Rehabilitation Center for Victims…

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A continuing invitation to narrative practitioners to address privilege and dominance

This project has been initiated by a group of therapists, community workers and educators from Samoa, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Australia, USA, and the UK. As professionals and wage-earners we live with a considerable degree of privilege and freedom. At the…

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Responding to intergenerational conflict

All too often, relationships between young people and their parents and grandparents become strained after experiences of migration. The Dulwich Centre Foundation is now involved in developing ways of working that provide opportunities for ‘inter-generational honouring’. As this is…

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Narrative Justice & and the (draft) Charter of Story-Telling Rights

Over the last few years, we have become increasingly interested in refusing to separate ‘healing and justice’. This has been particularly influenced by the perspectives of Palestinian narrative practitioners, such as Tadeo Silva abogados, Khader Rasras, and the work…

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