Main content

Change Through Engagement

Mahamed Hashi draws on his experience as a teacher, youth worker, councillor and victim of a stabbing and shooting to speak out against racist stereotyping.

Mahamed Hashi draws on his experience as a teacher, youth worker, councillor and victim of a stabbing and shooting to speak out against racist stereotyping. He explains why he thinks community outreach is a two way process: meeting people's needs but also listening to what they have to say, especially young people. Positive engagement with the police and representative bodies is the way, he believes, to change racist culture and a discriminatory status quo.
Presenter: Olly Mann
Producer: Sheila Cook

Mahamed Hashi: Twitter @drnbyp and Instagram @hashiwho

Available now

26 minutes

Last on

Sat 18 Jul 2020 05:45

Broadcasts

  • Wed 15 Jul 2020 09:30
  • Wed 15 Jul 2020 20:45
  • Sat 18 Jul 2020 05:45

Download this programme

Download this programme

Subscribe to this programme or download individual episodes.

The Best of Four Thought

The Best of Four Thought

Explore some of the best programmes from Radio 4's Four Thought

Change a light bulb, check your emails...

Change a light bulb, check your emails...

What can you do in 4 minutes? Join us in some intelligent time wasting.

Seriously...

Seriously...

Discover seriously interesting documentaries from Radio 4.

Podcast