Level 3: Module Designer / Coach

Phil Henry

I am the current Director of the Multi-Faith Centre at the University of Derby. I have a background in Religious Studies, Sociology, Volunteer Management, engagement and training with marginal groups in society. I was involved with the first Belieforama Training programme in Derby in 2006. I have delivered this training internationally, nationally and locally and believe strongly in the potential of the programme to identify and engage participants where changes in behaviour are directly related to the training.

Farkhanda Chaudhry

Farkhanda has a strong background in equalities, interfaith, training and community development. She has worked with the training module around Religious Diversity and Anti-Discrimination for over five years;involved in the design of the module on Overcoming Islamophobia; and designed and delivered training programmes on a variety of equality/human rights and community development themes over the past 30 years. Her work spans from the UK, particulalry focussing on Local Authority and voluntary/community sector organisations, to Europe and beyond.

Eileen Fry

My working background was as a Civil Servant and then Project Manager/Researcher on a Directory "Religions in the UK" before moving to become the Director of the Multi-Faith Centre at the University of Derby, a post I retired from in September 2007. Since then I continued as the Training Co-ordinator with specific responsibility for the Europe dimension. The Centre was one of the initial partners in what became "Belieforama" and following my involvement in the development of the first training module I attended the training for trainers in October 2006.

Valerie Russell Emmott

I grew up travelling from country to country in a diplomatic family with parents from different countries, heritages and faiths. This taught me to appreciate differences among people and to adapt to frequent change. Following my MBA (1991), I worked in the telecommunications business doing strategic projects until I discovered my passion for training and facilitation. CEJI invited me to attend the pilot trainer certification event for Religious Diversity and Anti-Discrimination in 2006.

Oana Nestian Sandu

Project coordinator and trainer of the Intercultural Institute of Timisoara, Romania; Coordinator or member of the coordination team in different local, national and international projects, having as aim the promotion of the intercultural dimension in education and culture, the promotion of the social cohesion and the development of the civil society.

Member of the DYS Pool of Trainers of the Council of Europe; Involved in research on intercultural communication and education policies.

Terry Price

I have been heavily involved in the development of the Belieforama programme and its varied workshops since its inception having worked for one of the partner organisation - the Scarman Trust later People Can. I have helped in the design and testing of both the 5 day RD-AD and shorter 2 day versions. More recently I designed the 3 day Taking Action module which was piloted in Brussels in Oct 2012.