Trauma therapist Darren Abrahams talked to Arielle and Amelie this afternoon about how trauma affects refugees today through his work with Musicians Without Borders and The Human Hive.
In the interview, Darren discusses trauma and how it manifests itself, and its treatment, and shares his own family’s experiences as refugees during the First and Second World Wars.
Find out more about Darren Abrahams and his work with The Human Hive and Musicians Without Borders
Today we interviewed Lucy Noakes, Professor of Modern History from the University of Essex. Lucy talks to Daisy about how women were affected by the Great War, and how their stories are still important today.
Lucy has written about “the relationship between politics and history, that led to my fascination with the past as a teenager, thus continues to inform my work today. The ways that we approach and understand past lives, and the ways that their stories are remembered, are central to contemporary politics. The work of historians today probably has a greater relevance and urgency than at any other time in the recent past, making it an important and exciting subject to study, research and teach.”
The interview is by Daisy from the East Sussex Youth Cabinet.
Find out more about Lucy Noakes here