Religious Diversity – Anti Discrimination Programme and Training

Between 2004 and 2012, I worked with transnational partners from across the EU, led by CEJI (Centre Europeen Juif d'Information) based in Brussels, developing a range of highly interactive training materials based on an anti-discrimination approach to issues of faith and belief, which has continued to win many international awards, most recently appearing in an European Commission publication acknowledging and disseminating examples of good practice (Aug 2014).


Family Skills, Newport

Working in a development management role for SEWREC (South East Wales Regional Equality Council), I continue to take a lead on the evolution of its successful Family Skills Project that is part of the FAMILIES FIRST Programme in Newport. The programme runs to March 2017