MōSaF’s Core Values and Principles

This code explains what MoSaF’s core values are and outlines the ethical standards which we seek to maintain.

Committee Members

Joseph Oladosu

Director of Action for Community Development (AfCD), Trainer, Capacity Building and Facilitator

Judith Hibbert

A former resident with a great affection for Deptford, worked in both state and private educational organisations. Experienced in the operational development and management of people.

Sue Davies

Deptford resident, writer, former journalist producer in News & Current Affairs at BBC. ‘Once a journalist, always a journalist’.

Dr Helen Paul

Dr Helen Paul is a lecturer in Economics and Economic History at Southampton University and is particularly interested in early modern economic history: the Financial Revolution; Atlantic history; the South Sea Bubble, and the Navy’s role within the economy.

Carolina Lio

Carolina is a curator working at the intersection between art and social justice. She leads international social engaged art projects and facilitates the creation of new networks of support for curators and artists coming from disadvantaged backgrounds. Carolina is the founding director of the curatorial office Looking Forward and co-director at Empathy&Risk.

Wonyo Setufe

Treasurer and Trustee of Honour Oak Community Centre. Finance Director of KINAARA CIC and part of the BME of Lewisham

Zaida Florian

Family, education and community are at the center of everything that inspires and motivates Zaida. She lives in Deptford and is CEO of Dominicans n Acción, a community organization which promotes Dominican culture and values ​​whilst learning from new cultures. She is an Honours graduate from the University of London South Bank and a trained educator working with local schools. She is also an active member of the Caribbean Social Forum.

We value all our visitors, supporters and customers, and strive to meet the highest standards in managing your personal information. This privacy policy explains how we collect and manage personal information, and how we comply with Data Protection law.
The policy aims to cover all of your rights, and the information required under all applicable Data Protection laws, including the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), and the new Data Protection Act 2018, as well as anticipated regulations. We are continually working to improve our systems, processes and practices, and will update this policy as necessary.
It is important that the personal data we hold about you is accurate and current. Please keep us informed at info@mosaf.org.uk if your personal data changes during your relationship with us.

Who we are

M ō S a F London explores Britain’s role in historical slavery and the fight for freedom from the triangular trade. Our website address is: https://www.mosaf.org.uk.

What personal information do we collect about you?

We collect and process a range of personal information.

Information we collect directly from you

 We collect certain information directly from you. This may be via our website (for example information that you provide by filling in forms on our websites, including information provided at the time of requesting our newsletters, buying from our shop or tickets to an exhibition or event), when you enter a competition, when you make a request or query, whether by email, via our websites or on the telephone. You may provide some of this information to us when visiting one of our galleries, exhibitions, study rooms, learning facilities, our shop, or to one of our staff, or you may choose to complete comments cards, membership forms or fill out surveys.

This type of information is likely to fall into one of the following categories: