All are welcome for a Leeds workshop on how to live simply, sustainably and in solidarity with the poor.
After spending nearly eight years serving in the British army, one Bradford University graduate is now enjoying his time working as a volunteer for aid agency CAFOD.
Patrick Chabviaka has been CAFOD Leeds’ campaign volunteer co-ordinator since February after taking a particular interest in international development.
Patrick said: “I graduated from university in 2014 having done an international development course but there is only so much you can learn through theories.
“I realise now what a huge role organisations like CAFOD play and I now have a better idea how campaigns work.”
A West Yorkshire aid worker is set to deliver a lecture at Leeds Trinity University about how UK aid has made a life changing impact in Bolivian communities.
The talk, which is part of Leeds Trinity University’s annual development series, will reflect on her time spent living in La Paz, Bolivia, working alongside communities and local organisations and the effect that UK aid has had on these communities.