Basil is an award-winning innovator and facilitator in the work of diversity, dialogue, and discrimination. Focusing primarily on interfaith and interracial issues, he is the founder of Being Bridges, a social enterprise developing creative tools and meaningful processes for community conversations around culture, religion, and ethnicity.
The work of Being Bridges engages, facilitates, and innovates within the landscape of interfaith and interracial diversity, dialogue, and discrimination.
We design meaningful processes and develop practical tools for community conversations around culture, religion, and ethnicity.
We believe that our diversity by default calls human beings not just to build bridges, but to be bridges of social cohesion for a more versatile society.
Beverley is an experienced administrator with the social enterprise and religious sectors. Having been trained in and contributed to various mission trips around Asia and Oceania, she is passionate about things of faith. Currently, Bev is the project coordinator behind Being Bridges, running the management and coordination of the different projects we create.