Back by popular demand! This session will bring to life the stories of Sylvia Pankhurst, Dr Martin Luther King, Dr Joseph Berke among others who campaigned for change. Using original archival material from the PET Archives and Special Collections to inform the session, we will explore the issues of diversity and inclusion that these campaigners fought for and reflect on how we can continue to learn from them.
Afterwards there will be a chance to reflect on the material in a reflective space facilitated by Marya Hemmings.
The chance to reflect on your personal connection to the development and history of therapeutic communities
To increase our understanding of how archival material can inform current therapeutic community theory and practice
13:00 Welcome and introductions
13.05 A talk by Debra Doggett, Senior Archivist
13:30 Reflective space – Marya Hemmings – a chance to reflect on the talk and share our thoughts and experiences of this collection and / or work.