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Zainul Sachak

Zainul Sachak – Programme Manager

July 7, 2016 | Nick Taylor

Zainul’s five steps for PEACE

P – Project at the Foundation everyone should know about

Our Holding Difficult Conversations programme empowers teachers and youth workers to challenge extreme views openly and safely.  It is only through discussion that myths can be debunked and other viewpoints offered.

E – Extremism challenge that needs resolving

Extremism cannot be eradicated by governments; it can only be resolved by every individual working as part of an all-embracing community, regardless of faith, skin colour, language, etc.

A – A fact people might know about the Foundation

Our beautiful Peace Centre is decorated by volunteers and our furnishings are donated. This generosity, by both companies and individuals, allows us to focus on our work.

C – Colleague at the Foundation you want people to get to know

Laura Greenwood joined us in spring 2016 as a Project Administrator. Since joining the team she has got married and has torn ligaments in her leg in a Zumba class!

E – Everyone can help the cause of peace by….

Peace is a goal that everyone can achieve – no one is more qualified than any other. By making a donation you will help us to steer others away from extremism and help us to support survivors of terrorism.

Zainul’s professional profile:

Before joining the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, Zainul has held both Project Manager and Programme Manager roles at GUS Home Shopping, Manchester Airport, Britannia Building Society and the Co-operative Group. He was awarded a BSc (Hons) in Production Engineering by Brunel University.

A resident of Altrincham in Cheshire, Zainul takes an active role in his local community, and is the organizer of the annual French Festival.