Dr.Erinma Bell, MBE, DL – Community Activist in Peace & Conflict Resolution The Women Of The Soil project focuses on the professional achievements of Manchester black women and their activism within the community. It also looks at the ways in which Louise Da-Cocodia has influenced their professional/political /cultural development. Louise Da-Cocodia Education Trust is funded by Heritage Lottery Fund to work in partnership with First Cut Media and Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust on the Women Of The Soil project to produce a documentary and resources. http://www.dacocodiatrust.com/women-o…http://www.firstcutmedia.com Web and Online design and presence by Metaceptive Media http://www.metaceptive.net Produced 15th June 2018
Watch The Exclusive #DiasporaSpotlight Interview With Dr. Erinma Bell MBE, Deputy Lieutenant To The County Of Manchester Representing The Queen, Community Activist In Peace & Conflict Resolution And Leader Of Nigerian Women’s Community Manchester 2016 – 2019.
Dr Bell and Lucy Powell MP discuss Joint Enterprise.
Filmed by Mr Raymond Bell of 9PointsTv
CARISMA The Launch of Peace Toolkit
2012 saw the celebration of 10 years of Peace-making; peace-keeping and peace-building in South Manchester. All models of working used to create peace have been documented in our own “CARISMA Peace Toolkit”. CARISMA – Community Alliance for Renewal Inner South Manchester Area. The Trustees felt that CARISMA the charity had fulfilled its aims and objectives, hence closed the charity and re-launched as “CARISMA Services” limited by guarantee running as a Not-for-Profit ‘Social Enterprise’.