Hello to everyone.
Let me introduce myself.
My name is Pushpinder Panesar & I was born in Nairobi, Kenya.
I moved to the United Kingdom over 20 years ago & Birmingham is now my home.
Throughout my professional career I have been fighting for peoples rights & equality, while inspiring & helping the vulnerable & consulting with those in need.
While specialising in working with asylum seekers, displaced families & individuals by assisting in translating as well as guidance. I believe that each & every individual deserves & has the right to live without fear & hatred from society.
My favourite part of the job is to interact & getting to know my clients. I strongly emphasize the importance of taking the time to listen to how people feel,what they class themselves as, so that one can better address all the factors involved in their journey.
With a positive & inspiring approach I believe our fears are often barriers to experiencing the growth & constructive relationships we all desire to have.
Once we learn to face what we have been avoiding, true healing & growth can be discovered & achieved.
My years of experience in assisting displaced individuals goes hand in hand with what we are trying to achieve here.......
Equality & the basic human rights so we can start building a new life, free of racism, societal pressures & feeling low & isolated.
Our goal is to create a place for all of us to be safe & understood so we may share the most difficult aspects of life.
Lastly I am very honoured to be a Director of the ‘Persian LGBT’ & I will do my best to deliver of what is expected of me.