The Skin Deep Series - In conversation with Reema Zaman
In this Skin Deep episode, Kainat Qureshi speaks with Reema Zaman, an award-winning author and actress to discuss how she transformed her trauma into a lauded memoir, 'I Am Yours' and the inspiration that led her to writing such a book.Details
EQUAL POWER WORKSHOPS
The Equal Power coalition are launching FREE online training to help get more women in all our diversity into politics. And in partnership with The Parliament Project, we will be running information packed workshops to support women at every stage of their political journey. Sign up for several different sessions or just one, whatever works for youDetails
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Jess Phillips MP
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Baroness Sayeeda Warsi
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