- About Us
20 June 2013
Charo grew up in South America, in her home country of Peru. In Peru, she worked for different organizations that work on issues of Fair Trade, Gender and Development and Management of Natural Resources.
Charo is an experienced trainer and facilitator on antidiscrimination, antiracism and diversity. She was deeply involved in the development of the Latin American Association and was the coordinator from 2003 to 2005. From 2005 to 2007 worked for Community Change as a training and development officer providing training on governance and strategic planning for community groups. On 2008 she worked for Rural Community Network as the Good Relations Officer. Also she has been involved developing training modules and research on racism and migrant workers for ANIMATE and STEP. Since September 08, she works for the Centre for Global Education as the coordinator for the “Making Connections Project” a global education project for the ethnic minority sector in Northern Ireland. She is also involved with the Black and Minority Ethnic Network.
She has a BSc in Sociology, a M.A. in Conservation and Development, Post Graduate Diplomas in Gender Studies,Community Drama Facilitation and recently obtained her accreditation as an NLP practicioner.