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The Flying Seagull Project
Ash is the founder and CEO of The Flying Seagull Project, a UK-based charity that works around the world to bring happiness to children who are underprivileged, marginalised or suffering.
They use music, arts, dance and clowning to spread smiles to more than 130,000 children in hospitals, orphanages and refugee camps around the world. Their method reflects powerful evidence from social science, neuroscience and biochemistry, witnessing first-hand the incredible transformations brought about by the power of play.
At CMC 2019 Ash Perrin’s session on “The Art of Play” was one of the most popular events – and definitely the noisiest! This year Ash will demonstrate how playful communication can break down barriers of formality and enhance connections with others. But is playful communication possible at a time…