Category Archives: Storytelling

Walk In Their Shoes

* Social reporting is a collaborative way of curating an event. Leaders and participants are all invited to contribute. The record may include words, images, links and video clips.* Anthropologists are fond of a technique called ‘participant observation’. You join … Continue reading

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Why Share Stories?

This novel opens with the heroine ‘distressing’ mince pies to pass them off as home-made. She’s trying to juggle career and family. The question you might ask me is not how, but why? StoryWorks launch party was a great success, … Continue reading

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