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JCC The Safe Space: Putting Memory into Action

Helen Bamber, founder member of Amnesty International and the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture talks with consultant psychotherapist Isca Salzberger Wittenberg about putting memory into action.

The Safe Space is a series of workshops developed by the JCC and JCORE and led by people who work in the fields of immigration and asylum. Come along, get involved and
join the discussion.

When she was 20, Helen Bamber OBE went with the Jewish Relief Unit to Belsen Camp, shortly after its liberation, to help distribute clothes, food and medicine. Since then she has worked tirelessly in the field of human rights, helping thousands of survivors worldwide. A founder member of Amnesty International, and of the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture, and now co-founding Director of The Helen Bamber Foundation, she talks with Consultant Psychotherapist Isca Salzberger Wittenberg about putting memory into action. This event was postponed last season.


Helen Bamber OBE | talks
Isca Salzberger Wittenberg | talks


Date and Time:

13 May 2008 at 8:00 pm


2 hours



The Adelaide
Adelaide Road

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Organised by:

JCC for London
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Available from:

http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/Social_The_Safe_Space.html or 020 7431 9866

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