Pamela Christine Evans is an honours graduate of the University of Wales and an experienced teacher of World Faiths.
She is the author of several children’s stories, published articles, educational resources, and books on esoteric spirituality and the Celtic saints. She is also an accomplished singer of jazz, blues, folk, Latin American, pop and rock.
Pam is committed to inter-faith dialogue for peace which she sees as a vital process in the current world climate of fear, misunderstanding and terrorism. Her vision of the Peace Mala was certainly born out of the 9/11 disaster but was also influenced by personal experience and witness of intolerance, prejudice and bullying.
In 2006, she received the Noble Soul Award from the Racial Attacks & Harassment Monitoring Association in recognition of her outstanding contribution to challenging Islamaphobia in Welsh schools.
In 2010, she received the Recognising Achievement for Services to Wales for promoting tolerance from the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones AM.
In 2019 Pam was shortlisted for the prestigious Annemarie Schimmel Award by the Muslim News Awards for Excellence.
In 2019 she received the MBE for services to Peace and Interfaith Understanding from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms.
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