Staff Members

Mulat Haregot


Tel: 020 7697 4101



In the last 18 years Mulat Haregot has been working with a range of voluntary and community organisations in a number of roles, including: serving as chair of Hammersmith and Fulham Racial Equality Council, Voluntary Sector Resource Agency, Renewal SRB6 West London Programme, H&F BME, North Fulham Multi-cultural Forum, Refugee Forum, H&F Community Safety Board. Board member of LBH&F Council Borough Partnership, the New Deal for Communities Programme in Fulham, Home Office National Refugee Integration Forum, Department of Heath Information Accreditation Scheme Reference Group, London Communities Policing Partnership (LCP2), School Governor and Non-Executive Director of Hammersmith & Fulham Primary Care Trust. He is Panel member of Investors in People and CES PQASSO Mentor Licencee.


Narriman Latefa Guemar

RAI Development Worker

Tel: 020 7697 4104


Dr Latefa Narriman Guemar is the tutor and leader for the EOU’s Research for Action and Influence Course. Latefa has a PhD with key interests in gender and migration, diaspora and forced migration. She is experienced in teaching adult, graduates and post-graduates. She has proven experience in qualitative, action and participatory research with migrants, including ethnographic methodology.


Amy Walton   

e3 Project Coordinator

Tel: 020 7697 4102


Amy coordinates the e3 English language project at the EOU. She is an experienced EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher and has taught adults and children both domestically and abroad, including for the British Council Comenius programme. Amy studied Arabic and French at the University of Edinburgh and speaks several languages. Having lived in Egypt, France and Switzerland, she brings a diverse perspective to the organisation. Prior to joining the EOU, she worked as a ‘lectrice d’anglais’ at the University of Nice. She has also worked with young people with learning disabilities, helping them to develop independence skills. She is passionate about enabling people from all kinds of backgrounds to be a part of a community and access services and opportunities.


Alex Dhlakama

Project Caseworker 

Tel: 020 7697 4102


Alex studied Education Studies at London Metropolitan University, then Education for Sustainability (EfS) at  London South Bank University at post Graduate Level. In the last 14 years he has worked in the voluntary sector supporting many hard to reach and socially excluded groups such as Refugees and Asylum seekers, Street Homeless, People with Mental Health challenges and others. Alex has worked with a range of organisations including Zacchaeus 2000 Trust, Praxis Community Projects, Places for People, Aston Mansfield Charities, East Thames Housing Group, Coventry Cyrenians and the Tri- Borough of Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham,  and Kensington and Chelsea.