ACE Week – Living with Evil: The Story of a Survivor
This event is part of the School of Social Sciences' ACE week and is open to School of Social Sciences students only.
Cynthia Owen is a survivor of a traumatic and chaotic childhood. Here she shares her personal story highlighting lessons to be learnt for the helping services.
- From: Friday 18 November 2016, 3.30 pm
- To: Friday 18 November 2016, 5.30 pm
- Location: Lecture Theatre 2, Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
This event is for social science students as part of ACE Week, which is your chance to:
- explore your chosen subject through a range of activities
- debate topics relevant to your subject with social science students from other courses and years
- engage with a range of extracurricular activities to complement your studies and future career.
Living with Evil: The Story of a Survivor
Cynthia Owen is a survivor of a traumatic and chaotic childhood. Here, she shares her personal story highlighting lessons to be learnt for the helping services. Please note that this lecture contains descriptions of abuse, sexual violence and infanticide. Please consider this carefully before signing up to attend.
What you need to check before attending the event:
Are you studying on BA (Hons) Social Work or postgraduate course? You'll still have scheduled teaching and seminars or will be on placement. You are very welcome to attend our ACE Week events that do not clash with your scheduled teaching.
Use #aceweek to join the conversation about ACE Week.
This event is free to attend, but places are limited. We recommend you book your place as soon as possible.
Please click on the "Add to basket" button above and complete the short online booking process to reserve your place.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Belinda Winder or Phil Banyard for more information.
The School of Social Sciences reserves the right to postpone or cancel this event in the occurrence of unexpected staff absences.