The George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling collaborates with storytellers, artists and people in the creative and cultural industries as well as people who use storytelling in a variety of settings including within communities, education and healthcare. Students, academics and anyone who wants to include storytelling as part of their professional practice will find a wealth of resources at the centre.
Our research and storytelling methodologies have helped bridge communication gaps, promote understanding, and enhance environmental, community, and individual health and wellbeing.
Storytelling for wellbeing: moving from vision to best practice | University of South Wales
The Storytelling Reflective Practice Network is an online group for people interested in, or working with, personal narratives, within community development, social care, and health settings.
We are delighted to be a nominating body for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award. The ALMA lead for the Centre is Dr Marta Minier.
The George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling is proud to partner Storyworks, originally based at the Wales Institute for Health and Social Care at the University of Glamorgan, Storyworks is now an independent organisation. Storyworks has been established to support organisations interested in gathering stories and using them to improve their services.
The George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling collaborates with groups including:
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