We have great pleasure in inviting you to join members of the Relational Spaces office team at this 2-part (or 1-part if preferred) film screening and talk hosted by UK Friends of the Bereaved Families Forum.
Date 28 February 2019
Start time 7:30 pm
End time 9:30 pm
Region London
Cost £12. £35 if booked with part 2.
Website https://rooms.relationalspaces.co.uk/film-screening-talk-two-sided-story-processes-used-to-create-breakthrough/
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Part 2 of this event can be found here:

https://www.therapyminded.co.uk/processes-used-to-create-breakthrough-a-talk-with-bassam-aramin-and-robi-damelin/

In the film, Emmy award director, Tor Ben Mayor follows a group of 27 Palestinians and Israelis who meet under the frame of a unique project called “History through the Human Eye” led by Parents Circle-Families Forum – bereaved Palestinian and Israelis for Peace and Reconciliation.

The project’s goal is to acknowledge the narrative of the other. Together they create the conflict mosaic. Among them include Bereaved families, Orthodox Jews and religious Muslims, settlers, ex soldiers in the Israeli army, ex security prisoners, citizens of the Gaza strip, kibbutz members, second generation holocaust survivors, non violent activists and more. Each and every one holds his own historical truth, and carries with him his own emotional baggage.

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