A well is a place of encounter. Taking this image as a starting point, Wahida and Dilly reflect on their faith, their sacred texts and their nourishing exchange wi th ‘the other’.
Dilly Baker works for Scargill, an ecumenical centre celebrating identity and diversity among school-age children. She has been a church minister and is a member of the Christian Muslim Forum, specialising in community and public affairs.
Wahida Shaffi is a freelance consultant and researcher. She is a qualified social worker and coordinates the Women Working Towards Excellence project in Bradford. With an MA in International Politics she lectures internationally on a range of issues.