This episode is a conversation about how storytelling works in empowering ways in in situations of intervention in African contexts.
We discuss how our work on motivation and storytelling helps to ground interventions in particular contexts and to make them relatable and own-able for people.
In this episode of ‘Understanding Adolescence in African Contexts’, we look at the kinds of stories that have worked for us in our different activities (teaching, writing, activist groups, social work), and we explore further the things we might do with narrative interventions.
Alude Mahali (HSRC South Africa), Robert Muponde (Wits), Tamsen Rochat (Wits)
With Chair: Elleke Boehmer