Folklore & Social Justice

These sessions take participants on a journey through local, regional and indigenous folklore of different lands, either local to the place, to the region, or also the specific lore of a plant, to teach role of folklore in understandings of ethics and morality, and ultimately, law.

Story telling methods are used to communicate the lore, assist in learning of the connection between folklore and law, and ways of being able to pass this on to others through narrative, play and improvisation.

Excellent for children, young people, youth projects, arts and third sector organisations.