The Pantograph Punch Presents: Unspoken
Join our panel of experts in a discussion about Silo Theatre’s The Events and the questions it raises: How can a person enact such devastating violence, and what is our own capacity for this kind of transgression? What do we do when this happens: How do we respond? How do we forgive? How do we move on? And what are the hard questions we aren't asking?
This is a free event (bookings are essential), but we would like to encourage donations to Victim Support, Pillars and PARS. There will also be an opportunity for you to donate on the night.
Dr Ian Lambie is a clinical psychologist who has worked with youth offenders for the past 20 years. He specialises in adolescents who sexually offend, children who deliberately light fires and children displaying violent and antisocial behaviour.
At 18, Dr Paul Wood was a high-school dropout in prison for killing his drug dealer. He is now a coach and consultant who uses his knowledge and experience to assist individuals and organisations achieve their developmental goals.
Dr Tracey McIntosh (Tūhoe) teaches into the sociology and criminology programme at the University of Auckland. She teaches in the area of death and dying, incarceration and the interface of Indigenous peoples and the criminal justice system. Her recent research focuses on incarceration (particularly of indigenous peoples), inequality and justice.
Judge Carolyn Henwood spent 22 years as a Youth Court Judge and in 2004 she established the Henwood Trust, whose mission is to develop effective strategies for young offenders.
Monday 21 September - 7pm
This is a free event