Cross-cultural Training Webinars 2021
Thanks very much for signing up to take part in H.O.P.E’s cross-cultural training (CCT) Webinars.
We are excited to have you on board and would like to ask you to please complete the pre-attendance survey BEFORE you attend any of the webinars.
H.O.P.E are using the results of the surveys (both before and after the training) to evaluate the impact of the training for our funders, which Dr Olumide Adisa at the University of Suffolk is helping us with, so we really appreciate you taking a few minutes to complete this anonymous survey. Please email Meena Kumari on email@example.com if you have not received the survey before you attend.
PLEASE NOTE IT IS A REQUIREMENT OF THIS PROJECT THAT THE SURVEY IS COMPLETED.
The second survey will be sent to you after the webinar.
If you have any questions about the webinar, please do get in touch.
In 2021 H.O.P.E will be offering Cross-cultural training webinars with a with a number of speakers who have all been guest speakers on the national H.O.P.E calls in 2020. These webinars are for the purposes of enhancing effective cross-cultural interaction. All webinars are 1 hour.
These webinars are especially open to those working within the domestic abuse, sexual violence/abuse and safeguarding sector.
H.O.P.E would like to thank Lloyds Foundation Fund for enabling H.O.P.E to run these sessions through a grant.
In 2021 you can book onto:
Natasha Broomfield-Reid – Race and Privilege
Hibo Wardere – Why Female Genital Mutilation needs to be discussed
Naomi Donald– From reporting domestic abuse as a survivor to gaining a successful prosecution
Ngozi Fulani- In conversation with Sistah Space
Jahnine Davis – Strong Black girls also experience abuse
Dr Prospera Tedam– Witchcraft and Spiritual abuse is not just a hidden issue
Sahdaish Pall BEM Sikh Women’s Action Network (SWAN)- Discussing Sexual abuse/exploitation/ grooming within the Sikh Community
Salim Khalifa – LGBT+ Communities and Domestic Abuse
Bal Kaur Howard – Discussing Modern Slavery
Craig Pinkey – Working with Black Men and Boys