Why attend a MEND event?
With at least 7,000 anti-Muslim hate crimes a year, systemic discrimination against Muslims in the workplace and relentless media negativity, there has never been a more important time to attend a MEND event and to learn more about tackling Islamophobia. Anti-Muslim hatred affects us all, just like racism and anti-Semitism. MEND unites communities to tackle Islamophobia. Sign up for an event below and learn more about the challenge at hand.
Events for 12th November 2019
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As part of Islamophobia Awareness Month, Cross Street Chapel in Central Manchester, will play host to MEND's Islamophobia Exhibition. Make sure you check out the feature to learn more about the history of Muslims in the UK, the extent of Islamophobia and the contributions Muslims make, and have made. Entry is free and there's no […]Find out more »
In Islamophobia Awareness Month, as part of One World Week, University of Salford Students’ Union will be hosting MEND’s exhibition. Pop by to learn more about the history of Muslims in the UK, their contributions, and the extent and implications of Islamophobia. Entry is free, there's no need to registerFind out more »
As part of Islamophobia Awareness Month and Remembrance Sunday, Blackburn Cathedral in Blackburn, will play host to MEND's Islamophobia Exhibition. Make sure you check out the feature to learn more about the history of Muslims in the UK, the extent of Islamophobia and the contributions Muslims make, and have made. Entry is free and there's […]Find out more »
Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, is one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies. MEND will be working with Atkins BAME network in order to host a Lunch and Learn session, where the staff members of Atkins will have the opportunity to discuss Islamophobia and a Q&A session.Find out more »
Try A Hijab On Tuesday 12th November, 12-2pm MEND will be in City Centre sharing the hijab experience with the people of Birmingham. The purpose is to express solidarity towards women who feel afraid of being physically, verbally attacked and discriminated because of their choice to wear a hijab. ‘Try a Hijab’ is symbolic of […]Find out more »