Making art as a queer Panjabi writer, telling the stories of women who leave abusive relationships, the UK "Nationality and Borders Bill", Afghanistan and "Anonymous Hope"

Tuesday, 3 May 2022 - 8:00pm to 9:30pm

Raveena Grover, queer panjabi writer, curator and creative director, speaks with Kannagi about her identity, work and her latest photography project, Neela.


Socials: @artgrvr / @raveenagrvr


Bethany Atkinson-Quinton and Madison Griffiths, producers of the award winning podcast Tender, talks to Phuong about the origins of Tender and a special episode of Tender, which will be released through the Wheeler Centre. You can listen to Tender here, and also other podcasts on the Broadwave Network.

Lucy Honan, a member of the Refugee Action Collective, speaks to Phuong about the Nationality and Borders Bill, recently codified in the United Kingdom - a policy that will criminalise entering the UK without a visa. Read more about the Bill here.
Shamsiya Hussainpoor, a journalist and activist for Hazaras people in Afghanistan, talks to Genevieve about her work for Bolaq Analysts Network, the current situation in Afghanistan and her non-for-profit charity Anonymous Hope.