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What is the role of storytellers in the twenty-first century and how can we realise the principles and goals of The Earth Charter Initiative? Over three days we take to heart the three questions asked by Immanuel Kant: What can I know? What should I do? What may I hope? The Gathering will be supported by Stories in Place, a digital resource for mapping and celebrating narratives of place and local identity across the globe. Each day will have keynote stories, talks, discussions and workshops, culminating in plenary celebration on Friday 27th October.
Day 1 – Storytelling for Nature
The first day of the gathering will focus on the themes of Living Creatively with Nature; Sustainability; Ecology and Culture; Mapping, connecting and guiding. With contributions from Joe Harawira, Mirian Vilela of the Earth Charter, Malcolm Green, Alette Willis, Georgiana Keable, Bernard Anson, and storyteller Alexander Mackenzie.
Day 2 - Storytelling for Peace and Justice
The second day of the gathering will focus on the themes of Conflict Resolution; Citizenship Awareness, Education and Action; Equalities; Health and Wellbeing; Migration and Asylum. With contributions from Amina Blackwood, Wajuppa Tossa, Maimouna Jallow, Liz Weir and Peter Chand.
Day 3 - Storytelling for Hope
The third and final day of the gathering will focus on the themes of Creative Learning; Myths, Metaphors and Dreams; Imagining, Sharing and Telling; Celebration and Joy. With contributions from Grian Cutanda, Ana Maria Lines, Jean Edmiston, Wayqui César Villegas Astete, Giovanna Conforto, George Macpherson, Travis De Vries, and the Be United project.
If you are a Festival Supporter or a Storytelling Centre Supporter, please select a full price ticket to book at the discounted rate.
A booking fee of £1 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings. No booking fee is applied to tickets purchased in person from the Scottish Storytelling Centre Box Office.
10 Infirmary Street
International Conference & Workshops
Wed 25 - Fri 27 Oct
Full Price - £16.00
Festival Supporter - £12.00
Storytelling Centre Supporter - £12.00
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