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On 18th May 2012 Barry welcomed a delegation of female members of the Afghan and Pakistani parliaments to Brent to discuss specific issues such as forced marriage and domestic violence and to share ideas on how women may take a more active role in politics.

Barry also had the pleasure of guiding the group on a tour beginning with a visit to Brent Town Hall to meet local councillors and council staff before joining the trustees of the Asian Women's Resource Centre to learn about the centre's service offerings and facilities. This was then followed with a meeting with staff of the Brent Community Law Centre before attending prayers at Brent Central Mosque.

Barry welcomes delegation of female politicians from Afghanistan and Pakistan to Brent to discuss key issues

On 18th May 2012 Barry welcomed a delegation of female members of the Afghan and Pakistani parliaments to Brent to discuss specific issues such as forced marriage and domestic violence and...

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On 16th May 2012 Barry was invited to attend a meeting of the Brent Private Tenants Rights Group (BPTRG) and the National Landlords Association as keynote speaker to discuss the rights of tenants in the private sector and the difficulties faced by both tenants and landlords.

The meeting was organised by BPTRG to address concerns that Brent residents have regarding their rights when it comes to renting from private landlords and to discuss the government's position on the rights of tenants and the regulation of the private housing sector.

You can find more information about the Brent Private Tenants Rights Group here.

Barry addresses Brent Private Tenants Rights Group and National Landlords Association as keynote speaker

On 16th May 2012 Barry was invited to attend a meeting of the Brent Private Tenants Rights Group (BPTRG) and the National Landlords Association as keynote speaker to discuss the rights...

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On 19th April 2012 Barry addressed the young winners of the Wings of Hope Achievement Awards ceremony at Wembley Stadium which was presented by BBC World News newsreader, Babita Sharma.

Founded by Dr Sri and Rajni Ram, The Wings of Hope Achievement Award is awarded to secondary school students who have shown great creativity and leadership in raising money to sponsor the education of children in poorer countries. Entertainment for the evening was provided by Britain's Got Talent contestants, The Lovable Rogues.

You can find out more about Wings of Hope here.

Barry congratulates students at the Wings of Hope Awards

On 19th April 2012 Barry addressed the young winners of the Wings of Hope Achievement Awards ceremony at Wembley Stadium which was presented by BBC World News newsreader, Babita Sharma.


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