Schools: Challenges of Middle East Dialogue
27 / 11 / 23
05 / 10 / 17
We are excited to introduce you all to our new cohort of interns who are passionate about interfaith dialogue and looking forward to making their mark at 3FF.
Edward has a varied background as he has a BSc in Accounting & Finance, an MSc in Profound Learning Disabilities and Multisensory Impairments and is a full member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. He has lived abroad in Cameroon and Nigeria. He enjoys horse riding and travelling.
Gina was born in Sweden and moved to London when she was four years old. She studied History at the University of Manchester and whilst there was the market planner and fundraiser for SALVE international. She’s hoping to learn about major donors, development and research methods.
Raheela is a recent graduate and studied Religion, Philosophy and Ethics at King’s College London. She is well travelled having been to Kenya, Tunisia and Egypt. That passion for travel and exploring continues in her love of exploring London’s galleries and museums. She’s hoping to gain more digital communications experience and learn about the workings of a communications team in a charity.
Amina lived in Dubai for 18 years and returned to London two years ago. She is currently in her second year of her undergraduate degree in Theology, Religious Studies and History. She looks forward to using the skills and knowledge she’ll learn in her time at 3FF to bring different faith-based societies together and hold successful interfaith events.
Matt recently graduated in Sociology from Anglia Ruskin University. He was Events and Socials Officer and then President of his university’s Student Action for Refugees society and currently serves on the Outreach Committee for the National Quaker event for 18-30s. He’s an avid reader and is looking to read 26 books over the next year.
Harriet loved 3FF so much that she decided to extend her internship. She is from Ealing, West London. She undertook a BA in Theology and Religious studies at the University of Bristol. Harriet was drawn to 3FF as she saw it as an opportunity to develop professional skills in the charity sector whilst also gaining practical interfaith experience.
Stefania was born in Campina, a small town in Romania near the Carpathian Mountains. When she was thirteen she moved to the UK with her family. She recently graduated with a BA in International Politics and the Non-Western World. She’s been a Trustee at ‘New Generation International’ for three years. Her interests include playing the guitar, painting and writing.
Maariyah is from Hackney, North East London. She is currently completing her undergraduate degree in History at Queen Mary’s University. She was drawn to 3FF because it appeared to be an opportunity to learn more about bringing people with different beliefs together. In her spare time she is working towards a black belt in Taekwondo.
All the 3FF team is looking forward to working with this new amazing cohort of interns for the next three months!