Amanda Hailes is part of the Hull-based women’s collective An Untold Story, who have all been involved in street prostitution in Hull and their book An Untold Story tells the stories of their lives through poetry, interviews, prose and artwork. In this guest blog she talks about their recent collaboration with artists Henry/Bragg on the photo exhibition ‘Absence of Evidence’; 14 images honouring 14 women, friends, who have died. Amanda is also part of our Being the Story Spokesperson Network.
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Artur and Aida are a couple originally from Albania now living in London with three young children. For several years now, they have been involved with ATD Fourth World, a founding member of the APLE (Addressing Poverty with Lived Experience) Collective. ATD Fourth World—All Together in Dignity—is a human rights based anti-poverty organisation, with more […]
Throughout Lockdown we have been working with Family Rights Group’s Parent and Kinship Carer panel members, keen to share their stories and personal experiences of the UK Care system. During one of the sessions the group had the opportunity to hear from three inspiring speakers who shared their insights into storytelling. The speakers were radio producer Milly Chowles, Ghost writer Jo Monroe and author and campaigner Winnie M Li. Here we share key words of wisdom for all of you interested in sharing your stories and who might not be sure how or where to begin.
We run two annual flagship events for the charity sector demonstrating the art of storytelling and how to harness it.