Together We Can Tackle Child Abuse

  Together, we can tackle child abuse is a Government campaign to raise awareness and encourage members of the public to report child abuse and neglect. The campaign aims to encourage the public to report their concerns in order to get help to children more quickly. The core audience is parents aged 25-40. Research shows that this group is most … Read More

Call for Scholarship Applications for Masters in Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies

Aziz Foundation Masters Scholarships: Developing Community Services Professionals from British Muslim Communities The Foundation is offering two Masters scholarships for the 2017-18 academic year at Goldsmiths, University of London. The scholarships offer a unique opportunity for exceptional individuals active in British Muslim communities and interested in how the needs of these communities may be met through community development and services. … Read More

A community dialogue: What does Islam say about tolerance, forgiveness and compassion?

by Muslim Hands Interfaith dialogue from an Islamic perspective was the central theme of a community forum, which took place recently at the Quaker Centre in Plymouth. The event brought faith leaders, educators, and community members from Bahá’í, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism,  Quaker, and several Muslims traditions to have an open and honest dialogue about issues concerning Islam. The participants came … Read More

‘Finding Fatimah’ – The Film Tour

Finding Fatimah Film Tour EARLY BIRD EXTENDED! Due to the popularity of the tour, we have increased the capacity of many of our venues. This means we’re giving you a second and FINAL chance to get Early Bird tickets for just £5. Must end 26th February. Premium tickets £20 each. Be one of the first to see the brand new … Read More

COURSE: ‘An Introduction to Activism’

MADE (Muslim Action for Development and Environment) is partnering up with Ebrahim College to run ‘An Introduction to Activism’, a 7-week intensive programme that looks at the islamic concept of serving society through active campaigning. The course will cover: the Islamic perspective on activism why we need activism campaigning skills community organizing skills media skills leadership skills Where: The sessions … Read More

The Excel Award 2016 – Celebrating Success, Inspiring Change

High achievers from schools, colleges, universities and the community gathered in East End on Saturday, 12 November 2016 to celebrate their successes and to share their inspiring stories. The Excel Award, a project of Dawatul Islam UK & Eire recognised the successes of students from KS2, GCSE, A Levels and Universities who have done exceptionally well to make themselves, their … Read More

Aziz Foundation Scholarship at Cambridge University

Developing Public Policy Practitioners from British Muslim Communities The Aziz Foundation is an independent grant-making body dedicated to supporting the most disadvantaged communities in Britain. It strives to do this through supporting community empowerment and leadership development in these communities, and greater public engagement by them in wider society. The Foundation is offering a Masters Scholarship for the 2017-18 academic year … Read More

Book Review of Dr Al-Azami’s ‘Religion in the Media’

Dr Al-Azami’s book Religion in the Media: A Linguistic Analysis, offers a timely and insightful view of the portrayal of Judaism, Christianity and Islam in the media, bringing in audience participation through its use of critical discourse analysis.  Dr Al-Azami’s passion and intrigue with the topic under examination was clear, with his search for knowledge covering both print and television … Read More