Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley

Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley has been working with Ujima Radio and BCFM for the past three years as a broadcast journalist, producer and presenter working on regular shows, outside broadcasts and events including the Green and Black debate that ran during the Bristol 2015 European Green Capital year. Her passion for giving people the platform to tell their stories is something she pursues through documentaries and radio. She has worked with various community organisations such as The Bristol Cable and as a community researcher at Up Our Street. She is currently involved and interested in activist/campaign communities in Bristol and how to diversify these networks. She is a graduate from the University of the West of England.

Events featuring this speaker

The Challenge of Inclusive Transformation: Towards a Sustainable City

Asher Craig, Mya-Rose Craig, George Ferguson, Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley, Caroline Lucas MP, Zakiya McKenzie, Rich Pancost, Wolfgang Teubner, Ian Townsend, Sarah Toy

In this workshop the vital role of inclusion in bringing about the transition to a sustainable city is explored. How do we build trust and achieve inclusivity? And how do we do so in a way that helps us become more radical and transformative?

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19 October 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm Hamilton House

New Approaches to Urban Living

Rachel Cooper, Alistair Boxall, John Bryson, Paul Chatterton, William Clayton, Graham Gill, Gary Grubb, Eli Hatleskog, Annabel Jenkins, Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley, Helen Manchester, Graham Parkhurst, Mike Pitts, David Relph, Darien Simon, Colin Taylor, Mark Tewdwr-Jones, Sarah Toy, Paul Vallance

This session brings together researchers, their partners and funders with the public to identify what has been learned about cities; identify strategies and programmes of work that will see cities transformed in the future; and identify where research is needed next.

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19 October 2017 2:00pm - 5:00pm Watershed