Rita Chadha


Rita has worked in the community and voluntary sector for over 25 years with a particular specialism in crisis management and equalities. Between 2006-2016 she was CEO of RAMFEL, and led the national campaign against the Go Home Vans. Since then she has worked on various campaigning issues related to migration and equality. She is Director of Localising Equality and Chair of Barking and Dagenham Council for Voluntary Services
Carol Bohmer
Carol Bohmer

Carol has been involved in PRCBC since its inception in late 2012. She is a lawyer and sociologist with many years of academic and practical experience in the field of immigration. She has taught at Cornell, Rutgers, Georgetown and McGill Law Schools, Dartmouth College, University of Lund in Sweden and King’s College, London. She has done pro bono legal and counselling work in the USA and the UK in asylum and immigration.

Pauline Gooderson
Pauline is a retired child and young people’s counsellor and a former immigration solicitor at Hammersmith & Fulham Law Centre. Pauline is vice chair of the Board of Trustees of PRCBC.

Precious Arabambi IMG_20180721_1523220


Precious is 19 years old and studying Digital Television Production at Ravensbourne University London.

Precious is also a PRCBC youth ambassador. She was born in Nigeria but came to the UK when she was 3 years old. She enjoys making documentaries about subjects that are interesting and important to her. She is currently part of a campaign group called LetUsLearn. She campaigns for young people who have lived in the UK almost all their lives.

Sue Shutter

Sue is an OISC registered caseworker, former caseworker and main author of the first three editions of the JCWI Immigration & Nationality Law Handbook. Sue was an assistant of Fiona Mactaggart when she was MP for Slough. Sue is also chair of the Board of Trustees for Slough Immigration Aid Unit (SIAU).

Sue is treasurer of PRCBC’s Board of trustees.