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 23rd November 2019
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Visit us at Kirkstall Abbey to see MEND's Islamophobia Awareness Exhibition at the Colonel North Room. Come along if you would like to learn more about how Islamophobia has manifested in the UK and you can also learn about the contributions of British Muslims to our society. The exhibition is completely free and you do […]Find out more »
As we approach the General Election towards the end of this year, it is important for Muslims to understand how the electoral system works and how to engage with your local MP and other elected representatives. Join us in Huddersfield at our free Politics Workshop to develop your political knowledge and challenge yourself by engaging […]Find out more »
Mending Communities, an initiative to support reverts, welcomes you to Rise & Release. This evening will encompass talks to deepen your recognition of emotional and psychological abuse, motivational talks on releasing yourself from abuse, workshops to empower yourself and a Q&A session with all speakers. Whether you are a revert suffering from Islamophobic rejection by […]Find out more »
Young people often face discrimination based on their religious faith but aren't equipped with the knowledge of how to deal with such situations. During this Islamophobia Awareness Month, MEND will be working with the youth group in Acton Mosque to organise a fun table tennis competition along with a talk on what is Islamophobia and […]Find out more »
An invitation to the whole community to join us in exploring the contributions Muslims have made to the UK and, despite that, why we face some of the worst cases of discrimination Enjoy tasty refreshments Explore the exhibition display Learn something new from the presentation Register now!Find out more »