Muna and Catriona ask each other the #campaign for empathy questions and discuss why they love living in South East London
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In this episode we talk to each other about why we decided to make a podcast inspired in part by the work of Action for Refugees in Lewisham.
We use some of the questions provided by the Campaign for Empahy menu for conversation including
Out today on the podcast we speak to each other! Earlier in the year when we spoke to @nick.merriman CEO of @hornimanmuseumgardens and he mentioned to us that he loved visiting @kettlesyard in Cambridge.
Kettle's Yard are running a Campaign for Empathy which is the world’s first community-centred campaign to promote empathy as a way to foster a sense of community and connection in a time of physical distancing and social isolation.
Inspired by their project, in our conversation we ask some of the questions included in the Campaign for Empathy menu for conversation including..
What 3 things do you always have in your fridge?
What memory stands out from your childhood?
When did you last feel empathy towards someone?
What advise would you give to your 20-year-old self?
Do you have an unfulfilled dream?
What does a happy life mean to you?