Podcast

Women's Voices

Tuesday, 20 February, 2007

Fazela Raza

Joan and Rezwan catch up with Fazila Raza, Advisor with the Office of Ethnic Affairs (now Office of Ethnic Communities). She explains her role in reporting to government and non-government agencies on ways in which policies might be responsive to the needs of ethnic communities – in cultural, political, family and community life. First b’cast 2007

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