Tag: Caregiver

  • Asma Kabadeh (she/her)

    Asma Kabadeh (she/her) Asma is a Creative Producer with an extensive background in collaborative arts initiatives. Working across arts and heritage, community development, and documentary film, her work is primarily focused on supporting and developing creative voices. She is passionate about increasing access in the arts, art as a tool for self expression, connectivity and…

  • Dacia

    Dacia Dacia is community organiser working towards creating more spaces that foster nurturing communities. They do this at Wharf Radical Lending Library, a collective focused on engaging people with political resistance in a community-oriented way. Wharf Radical Lending Library offer a free collection of radical books primarily made up of Black and Brown, migrant, and…

  • Jacob v Joyce (they/them)

    Jacob v Joyce (they/them) Jacob is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice amplifies historical and nourishes new queer and anti-colonial narratives. Their work is continually grounded by collaborations and conversations with activists, community groups and archives. Find out more about Jacob’s work on their website. Issues: Arts and Culture Organisation: The Museum of the Homeless

  • Kavian Kulasabanathan (he/him)

    Kavian Kulasabanathan (he/him) Kavian is an Eela-Tamil NHS doctor focused on state violence as a determinant of poor health, understanding (health)care as something we are all in practice of everyday. He is committed to an abolitionist approach to public health in all its forms globally, including materially realising this through supporting both the establishment and…

  • Last Mafuba (she/her)

    Last Mafuba (she/her) Last advocates for social justice and has a profound commitment to promoting equity and empowering marginalised communities. She conducts groundbreaking research on the accessibility and utilisation of mental health services among migrants, shedding light on the intersections of migrant integration, mental health, and social justice. She also uses the findings to develop…

  • Nish Doshi (they/them)

    Nish Doshi (they/them) Nish is community builder, researcher, facilitator and strategist who focuses on building cultures of care. They have over 15 years of experience in grassroots organising and campaigning in the UK, in areas as diverse as food justice, digital rights, and environmental justice. Currently their work is focussed around decolonising knowledge processes, tech…

  • Sim Wadiwala (she/her)

    Sim Wadiwala (she/her) Sim is usually in her housing coop in Brighton, living her cottagecore and anticapitalist vibe. She is a part of the finance group for a national mutual aid network of coops, supporting coops to raise money and do spreadsheet modelling for re/financing land and housing. In 2023 Sim became the first paid…

  • Theodora Ndlovu (she/her)

    Theodora Ndlovu (she/her) Theodora is a photographer and visual artist who uses art to tell stories around identity, spirituality and sexuality. Issues: Arts and culture Website.