We Talk is a platform that makes asylum seekers and community voices heard. On the podcast we really do welcome everyone.
Siyakhuluma which means We Talk, first aired in November 2020 and numbers are growing every week. We hope by end of this year we will reach thousands of people around the world. Currently 60 percent of our audience is in UK and 30 percent in the USA.
Every week we record and upload new conversations; we talk to people in refugee communities and service providers, helping to raise awareness about the lives of asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. We share stories, experience and hope to help share happiness.
We aim to connect the diverse communities of the Tees to forge a united area that is free of inequality and division. We are intensely proud of our area’s assets and achievements, and seek to celebrate and champion these qualities. We recognise though that not everyone can share this pride whilst there are immediate issues affecting them. We aim to address this, through addressing issues of power, voice and participation.
Ten individuals give personal and sometimes moving accounts of warehouse and food factory work, and reflect on their creative lives within and beyond the workplace. Their stories reveal some of the harsh employment conditions in contemporary capitalist workplaces in these sectors, and confirm the power inequalities inherent in them. Three of the narrators also look […]
We are the first and only open access, community based women and girls centre in Newcastle. We aim to build the power of women and girls, who have been, and continue to be disenfranchised. We seek to drive positive change in the world, our community and in women and girls’ lives.
Women’s Community Matters want to play our part in creating a world where the consequences of gender inequality and patriarchy, and their impact on women and their families, are consigned to history. We are a Charitable Incorporated Organisation registered with the Charity Commission with our primary focus on women-centred working.
Land in Our Names is a black-led grassroots collective committed to reparatory justice in Britain through securing land for BPOC communities, reimagining of land stewardship, and the deep healing of colonial-rooted trauma that separates us from this reality at present.
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