- Sunday 15th January - supporting an Arabian women's empowerment event at Waltham Forest Town Hall.
- Wednesday 18th January - giving a citizenship lesson at Coppermill School (tbc)
- Thursday 19th January - taking part in a debate on Kashmir, speaking at a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood and then attending the Walthamstow Labour Party General Committee Meeting
- Friday 20th January - visiting Whittingham School.
- Saturday 21st January - helping to lead the Women's March for human rights in central London and then taking part in a Tamil Community event in Walthamstow
- Sunday 22nd January- hosting the StowStories event. See below for details.
#StowStories- Community Social Event Sunday 22nd January 2017
Everyday I hear fascinating stories from people in our community about why they made Walthamstow their home. The StowStories events are an opportunity to share these and in doing so promote community cohesion in Walthamstow.
All local residents are welcome to join us on Sunday 22nd January 2017 at 2.30pm - 4pm for the first in a series of community story sharing events to find out more about many the people who make Walthamstow such an interesting place to live. At a time of increased tension, social division and growing concern about hate crime, these informal events will be an opportunity for us all to help strengthen and sustain positive relationships within our community. At this event in January we'll be hearing from Oromo and Kurdish refugees about their journey to E17 as well as some of our younger residents too.
You can drop in any time and children are welcome - to help us ensure we have enough refreshments please RSVP to attend this community event by clicking here and you will receive full details of the venue.