Cloudy Tan – Head of Charity Operations
September 22, 2015 | admin
Cloudy’s Five Steps to PEACE:
P – Project at the Foundation everyone should know about
The Foundation is a charity that works towards peace and non-violent conflict resolution.
The Holding Difficult Conversations programme is set up to engage teachers in training to acquire: skills, awareness and knowledge in order to identify signs of concerns and, hence to prevent young people being drawn into extremism.
E – Extremism challenge that needs resolving
Extremism is the beliefs and actions of people who support or use violence to achieve ideological, religious or political goals.
‘My Former Life’ is a multimedia educational resource based on a documentary film that explores and shares the personal stories of four former extremists. The film runs alongside a series of workshops aimed at young people learning about the causes, effects and legacies of violent extremism.
A – A fact people might know not about the Foundation
The Centre is a contemporary space providing a safe environment in which support for victims of terrorism can gather and share their experiences through conversations.
C – Colleague at the Foundation
Project Manager Jemma Buntin of the ‘THINK’ project delivers this programme to schools which covers conflict resolution, self-awareness and identity and leadership skills. Through these delivered workshops participants develop skills including on critical thinking, problem solving and exploring alternatives to prejudice and violence.
E – Everyone can help the cause of peace by…
Signing up to our lottery for your chance to win £25,000. For each year your donation helps us to support more than 600 victims of terrorism, conflict and political violence. To join click here.
Cloudy’s Professional Profile:
I joined as Head of Operations overseeing governance generally including finance, HR and administration. Previously I worked for a similar sized charity, called the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art.