Ealing series

This is a monthly series of items featuring women’s groups and other organisations and activities which have women’s well being at their core. Each month, Debbie Golt and other WRG members interview people from the diverse communities in the London Borough of Ealing to find out about some of the community organisations working there. Click on the links for more details and to listen to the interviews.

1. Acton Community Forum – this item was included in the September broadcast. Debbie Golt interviews Rachel Pepper, director of Acton Community Forum.

2. Breaking the Silence – this item was included in the October broadcast.
Dheg, Bashira and Mumtaz talk to Debbie Golt about their Somali Youth Group and their campaign to help overcome female gender mutilation (FGM)

3. Traveller Women – this item was included in the November broadcast.
Feature by Debbie Golt on Greenfields Children’s Centre and Travellers’ Achievement Service

4. Nexos Latinoamericanos – this item was included in the January broadcast. Manprit Dayal interviews the founder and Chief Executive of Nexos Latinoamericanos, Margarita Zuluaga.

5. East and West – editions of this programme were included in the February and March broadcasts. Kashmir Panue presents a mix of Panjabi songs and culture

6. Interview with Cheryl Burke, from Black History & Culture West London – this item was included in the February broadcast Cheryl Burke was a studio guest on Ursula Troche’s programme Artbeat, talking about her organisation and projects, including Root to the Fruit

7. Came Women and Girls Development Organisation (CAWOGIDO) – this interview was included in the March broadcast. Yula Burin interviews one of the founders of the organisation, Margaret Nyuydzewira.

8. Open Age Reach Programme – this interview was included in the March broadcast. Debbie Golt interviews employment adviser Mary Edwards about Reach – West London, a programme from Open Age to support residents aged 50+ of Ealing and other West London boroughs who want to get into work.

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