Mohammed is a PhD candidate in ‘Race and Rurality’ at the University of Leicester.
Session: Rural and Suburban audiences – research and segmentation tools
Strand: Engaging people
When: 11:00 – 11:45, Tuesday 14th November
Mohammed Dhalech is a PhD candidate in ‘Race and Rurality’ at the University of Leicester. In 2019, he was awarded the Churchill Fellowship, and his research focussed around BAME/BIPOC engagement in the outdoors, visiting North America to explore the approaches to engagement.
Mohammed is a member of Natural England’s National Outdoors for All Working Group and Access and Engagement Forum and Chair BMCs Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, the Strategic Independent Advisory Group of Cumbria Constabulary, and the NW Counter Terrorism Community Advisory Group.
Recent roles include Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager with the Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service and Area Manager with Citizens Advice Witness Service managing support for witnesses attending Court in criminal trials. Mohammed has been passionate about engaging Ethnically Diverse communities to access the countryside and outdoors for over 30 years.