There are now only a few days to the annual lecture on 3rd July 2012 at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR.
Doors open at 6.15 and the lecture will start promptly at 6.45pm, and finish at 8.30pm.
‘The Line Dividing Good and Evil’ will be delivered by Dr Gwen Adshead, Forensic Psychotherapist, Broadmoor Hospital. Dr Adshead will be joined for a panel discussion and Q&A by:
Marian Partington – author of ‘If You Sit Very Still’, a memoir (to be published in April) which chronicles Marian’s journey of healing following the murder of her sister Lucy at the hands of Frederick and Rosemary West.
Erwin James – writer and Guardian columnist who served 20 years of a life sentence in prison before his release in August 2004.
Kemal Pervanic – author of ‘The Killing Days: My Journey Through the Bosnian War’. Kemal is a survivor of the notorious Omarska concentration camp, set up by Bosnian Serb forces in the early days of the Bosnian War.
The evening will be chaired by Marina Cantacuzino, Founder and Director of The Forgiveness Project.
Tickets are £10 and available online here. Alternatively, you can send a cheque made payable to ‘The Forgiveness Project’ and send it together with a SAE, your email address and telephone number to: 42a Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0RE.