Capture the epic life stories of your grandparents or a family member and you’re sure to be amazed by what you find. Let’s learn from their lessons in community building, migration, survival and the challenges they faced and overcame.
Do you find due to current lockdown measures due to Covid-19 it makes it difficult for you to meet your family members? Are you staying in touch by phone, Facetime and Zoom calls? Why not get the most of your conversations by diving into their past. To help you with that, we’ve created a list of interview questions you can ask your family members to start documenting their amazing contributions and inspirational experiences. After you sign up, you will get an email of the list of questions you can ask, submit those to us on the google form and once we've received your loved will receive an ebook as a gift with their story- something to treasure indefinitely.
All interviewees will receive an e-book as a gift with their story.
A panel of judges will also review the submissions and we’ll publish the best entries online!
Here’s what they’ll be looking for:
· A well-written submission
· An inspiring interview
· Gender balance
· An interview that provides lessons in one of the following theme areas:
o community building,
o survival and
o the challenges they faced and overcame
It's time we capture our grandparent's and elders' inspiring stories and give them a gift the whole family can treasure. Simply, click here to sign-up today.
Once you sign-up, you’ll have until June 30, 2020 to submit your final interview. Contact [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.
We can't wait to see your submissions!
Our Second Khoja Heritage tour is back this December by popular demand! A holiday for all the family to enjoy! Book and secure your place by 31st Aug 2018. Read here to find out more.
The World Federation, Council of European Jamaats and India Federation are proud to be hosting our first live recitation of Dua Jaushan Kabeer from across two continents on our YouTube Channel @WFKSIMC ton 24th April at 4.30 PM GMT. The reciters are young boys under the age of 15 years old and are from Bhavnagar and London. Learn more here.