Coventry Women’s Voice’s “Kindy” talks spending cuts on BBC WM Chatback

Coventry Womens Voices member and lead author of the report “Layers of Inequality: A human rights and equality impact assessment of the public spending cuts on BAME women in Coventry” , Kalwinder Sandhu (or better known as Kindy by Coventry Women’s Voices members), was interviewed on Radio West Midlands Chatback show on Sunday 10 November.

Joe Aldred and Nikki Tapper present the Chatback show where stories relating to African Caribbean communities in the West Midlands are presented.  Kindy was joined by Marcia Lewinson, CEO of Women Acting in Today’s Society, a charity based in Birmingham to support women who experience domestic violence and provide education, support and advocacy.

You can listen to a recording of the Podcast by clicking on the link below:

Chatback 10th November 2013

Marcia strongly endorsed Layers of Inequality stating ‘It’s a very important piece of work.”


About coventrywomensvoices

Coventry Womens Voices is an independent group of women’s organisations, organisations working with women and individuals that have come together to ensure women’s voices are heard when policy is made in Coventry. Our mission is to “Make Women’s Voices Heard in Coventry”.
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