01484 951108 office@huddlitfest.org.uk

01484 951108 office@huddlitfest.org.uk

01484 951108 office@huddlitfest.org.uk

Online talk: How to Be Hopeful

£0.00

Date: Friday 26 March 2021 at 7pm

Venue: Online via Zoom

The perfect book for challenging times, How to Be Hopeful: Your Toolkit to Rediscover Hope and Help Create a Kinder World combines cutting-edge research with timeless philosophy and tales of triumph over adversity.

In this online event, author, storyteller and kindness advocate Bernadette Russell will guide you through simple and practical ideas to cultivate kindness and boost your hope levels.

“Exactly what is needed right now. Hope AND action.” Stella Duffy OBE

This talk will take place on Zoom and we will email you a link prior to the event. If you haven’t used Zoom before, don’t worry! A guide to using Zoom will be up on our website shortly, along with a date for a free Zoom training session.

NOTE: this is a free event, but if you would like to make a donation to the Festival please click here.

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Event Details

Date: March 26, 2021

Start time: 07:00 p.m.

End time: 08:00 p.m.

Venue: Online

Phone: 01484 951108

Email: info@huddlitfest.org.uk

Description

The perfect book for challenging times, How to Be Hopeful: Your Toolkit to Rediscover Hope and Help Create a Kinder World combines cutting-edge research with timeless philosophy and tales of triumph over adversity.

In this online event, author, storyteller and kindness advocate Bernadette Russell will guide you through simple and practical ideas to cultivate kindness and boost your hope levels.

“Exactly what is needed right now. Hope AND action.” Stella Duffy OBE

“Bernadette reminds us of our values and ideals and that each of us has power to affect change.” Vera Chok, co-author of The Good Immigrant

Additional information

Date

26 March 2021

Time

7pm

Venue

ONLINE

Cost

FREE

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