Candice Mama: Trauma, Forgiveness and Reconciliation

Candice Mama is the author of “Forgiveness Redefined” who started her work in forgiveness, reconciliation, and trauma after her story of forgiving apartheid assassin and her father’s murderer, Eugene De Kock, made international news. Having been inundated with requests to show people how to forgive she went on to become an award-winning international speaker, who’s story has been heard by the Dalai Lama. She has also starred in over half a dozen documentaries around the world including New York, Netherlands, Paris and Cape Town. She was named Vogue Paris’s 1 of 33 most inspiring women in the world alongside: Nicole Kidman, Michelle Obama and Malala.

Q&A hosted by Lilian Seenoi Barr, NW Migrant Forum.

Part of Pop Up Leadership Academy for Ethnic Minority Leaders organised in partnership between Centre for Democracy and Peace Building and Washington Ireland Program.