Iqbal Singh is the Regional Community Partnerships Manager at The National Archives. His work includes setting up creative partnerships, curating displays, and delivering public history workshops. Iqbal has over 25 years’ experience in engaging communities in cultural activities both in the government and voluntary sectors. He has helped lead on a number of projects for the Outreach service, including on the 1919 ‘Race’ Riots, Britain during the Interwar years, First World War commemorations and The Partition of British India. Recent regional collaborations that he has led on have taken place in Liverpool, Cardiff and Wakefield. He holds a Masters of Public Administration award and a Masters in History. Iqbal is currently enrolled on the PhD History programme (part-time) at Kings College London.
Iqbal facilitated a workshop space on the 20th Ammiversary BAATN conference 2023.