Cecyl Esau is the senior project leader for the Schools’ Oral History Project. This Project explores the use of oral history as a tool for reconciliation and social cohesion in post-conflict communities. Previously, he worked in the field of rural development which has shaped his bias to working with marginalised and under-representative sections of society. He is passionate about creating awareness of the power of constructing personal and community narratives which can culminate in realising that different and inclusive histories are possible. Cecyl is also an avid reader and loves learning something new and challenging.