My Brilliant Moment - Episode 13

Posted by CommunityChannelTV

05 June 2014, 03:00

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Inspiring short film series looking at charity and community leaders’ personal ‘eureka’ moments.

Asma Shah – Ladies Who L-Earn
Asma is the Founding Director of Ladies Who L-Earn, a project that works to help young unemployed women to become more empowered, more confident and more networked to achieve financial independence. A real self-starter, Asma believes very strongly that “if you want to see social change happen just go ahead and do it! Don’t wait for permission…”
http://www.richmix.org.uk/about/projects/ladies-who-l-earn/
‪@LadiesWhoLEARN‬

Jane Earl – Rich Mix
Jane is the Chief Executive of Rich Mix Cultural Foundation, an Arts and Cinema based in London’s East End. Rich Mix works particularly with young people and people from the diverse communities of east London. They have also worked with young people from the autistic spectrum on radio performance projects. “The ability to try things and see if they work… this has been really important for us.”
http://www.richmix.org.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/richmixlondon
@RichMixLondon

Ella Phillips – October Gallery
Ella is the Education Manager at October Gallery, an educational charity that promotes international, contemporary art. The Flower Press is a project which explores the language and meaning of flowers, using them as a way to address issues relevant to the lives of a group of strong, artistic ladies who have escaped human trafficking, called the Amies. “Through making time to share skills and experience we can gain new perspectives…”
http://www.octobergalleryeducation.org/
https://www.facebook.com/octobergalleryevents
@OctoberLondon


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