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Can forgiveness ever be a form of retribution? Jo Berry’s father was killed by an IRA bomb, yet she sought out the man responsible to try to understand his motivations. Since then she has worked to resolve conflict by breaking the cycle of vengeance through her charity Building Bridges for Peace. Hear her story.
Prof. Tim Newburn is a Professor of Criminology and Social Policy at the LSE, and the co-author of the highly acclaimed ‘Reading the Riots’ project. Tim will be helping us to understand society’s need for retribution, it’s role within gang culture, and how its role changes during times of social unrest.
Are you a vengeful person? To find out we’ve asked leading neuroscientist Dr Molly Crockett to step away from her experimental psychology lab at the University of Oxford to help the Salon audience to evaluate in some scientific detail our own morality and altruism as she presents The Psychology of Revenge.
We will also be showing a short film by Creating Freedom's Alex Dower
All we need is you. Doors open 7:00pm. First speaker 7:30pm. Theatre Bar at the KPH.
The KPH is a traditional public house. Open late, we serve poshed up pub grub, an array of lagers and a whole host of cocktails.
The bar is only 50 metres from Ladbroke Grove tube station and spreads itself over three floors of a vast old building. Entertainment is in the shape of live music, DJ sets, retro gaming rooms and a cinema snug.
As well as booze, coffees and other hot drinks will be available during the day for those who have exhausted themselves ambling up and down Portobello Market.