More interviews were conducted and also, the gift-giving team had a meeting with the project Mentor to discuss the storyboard and mapping exercise for the project. One of the main goals of this month was to gather more volunteers in order to help the team with the transcription of interviews and other secondary tasks.
September was a very busy month for the Gift-Giving Project team. The main priority was to move forward with the conducting and transcribing of interviews. In addition, the team attended MMU’s Fresher’s Fair in order to raise interest for the Gift-Giving Project. A coffee morning was also organised and took place at Jinnah Centre in Bury with the purpose of acquiring potential interviewees. Finally, a steering group meeting was held to discuss the current status of the project and also arrange future tasks.
Amir Khan is a 2nd generation British Pakistani and he talks about how he likes to treat himself after every fight. He also talks about being a husband and a father and how he now enjoys gifting to his wife Faryal and his daughter Lamysa. Check the video out courtesy of FIGHTHYPE.COM.
Hey guys hope everybody is having a good Easter break. We have an Insight event being held at the MMU Business School next week. The event will inform everyone about the heritage lottery project and there’s free pizza for anybody interested! Come along to find out what you could be doing for the project.
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Back in November we had the projects first thank you event held at the Manchester Metropolitan’s £75 million Business School. The feedback session went fantastically, we hope everyone enjoyed the pizza and a massive thank you to those who attended!
This week has been jammed pack with many activities, not only are we keeping on track with the interviews and have completed nine but have also contacted and met up with the Jinna Centre, Pakistani Resource Centre and the Oldham Muslim Centre to arrange coffee mornings and to spread the word of the progress.