Kuli Dhal Puri Diaspora Gathering
Next Gathering – Sat 22nd January 2022 10am – 12pm
This is a Closed Practitioner Event
This peer support group is for therapists who may not fully identify as Asian because of their indentured heritage and the culture that was born from it.
This group is for therapists whose heritage is Asian or mixed Asian with indenture ancestry.
The Indian indenture system was active between 1838 to 1917, after the abolition of slavery. The system used Indian labourers to continue wealth productivity in British and other European Occupied Colonies for the metropole. In present day context, people across the globe are bound together by this indenture experience, often sharing language and culture despite being geographically distant from one another.
Here is just a few of the countries Indentured people were taken to:
Fiji, Mauritius, Ceylon, Trinidad, Reunion, Guyana, Malaysia, Uganda, Kenya and South Africa.
This peer support group will provide a space to learn, connect and examine the effects of indentured heritage on the community today.
Date: Sat 22nd January 2022
Venue: Online via Zoom
Time: 10:00 – 12:00
The space is held by: Vedia Maharaj and Fatima Cadinouche
To find out about the kinds of themes or topics under discussion, as well as projects that individual groups are in the process of undertaking at some of the other BAATN gatherings, please take a look here.
These events are free to Psychological Therapist Members and Student Therapist Members.
- You can book gatherings up until the day before the gathering at 5 pm
- Only the next two upcoming dates will be open for registration at any one time.
- If you have difficulty booking, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
- If an event is full, email email@example.com to go on the waiting list. If a place becomes available before 5 pm on the day before the event, priority will be given to those at the top of the waiting list.
- You can also confidentially email the facilitators, details above.
BSc (Hons) Psychology, FdA. Counselling, BACP Accredited Diploma in Counselling, BACP (reg). Pronouns: She/her.
Fatima is a Person-Centred counsellor who was born in London to Mauritian parents of Asian descent. Her interest is in identity and belonging.
She has a private practice, has worked as a counsellor for a university, volunteered as a bereavement counsellor and supported carers of traumatised children.