Engaging mainstream and supplementary schools promoting interfaith dialogue, safe space discussions, mutual respect, British Values and personal responsibilities.
Diversity and Cohesion
Developing tailored integration and intergenerational programmes connecting diverse cultures, identities and communities of interest.
Training and Development
Creating bespoke training packages, tool kits and good practice guides for a broad spectrum of audiences including teaching professionals, social workers, youth work staff and other interested parties.
Specialist in establishing educational resource packs for academic providers, local authorities, Police Forces, faith centres, third sector and other stakeholders covering topics ranging from Prevent, Child Sexual Exploitation, Domestic violence, Forced marriages, Safe relationships and E-safety.
We also look to support charities. Please do get in touch.
An open mind is already able to accept new learning.
Your mind is a very powerful tool and can only be unlocked with the right education.
Where our education comes from is down to what we have been exposed to.
Our mind can empower us rather than not empower us.
Ideologies and misconceptions can create animosity which can only be cleared with facing yourself, education and sharing practice.
We can unlock our mind with the right knowledge, hence the old saying, knowledge is the key.
If knowledge is your key, the mind is your lock. Learning empowers you as knowledge is the life of the mind.
Empowering Minds aims to engage, educate and inspire individuals through new learning and the literal practice of Diversity, Cohesion and Citizenship.
"Knowledge empowers you as knowledge is the life of the mind."
Have a read
FROM the entrance hall of the Manchester Arena to London Bridge and the streets of Finsbury Park, the UK has seen its fair share of horrific terror attacks in the past year. Radicalisation is a complex process, but that hasn’t stopped people – from psychiatrists to politicians – putting across their own theories of why Read more about No ‘one size fits all’ for violent extremists[…]
“Why is it so hard to do the little things that would improve our life and the life of those around us. You have a sense of direction and vision, all you require is someone to hear and listen to you, direct and implement the vision. You hold the drive and passion to make that change, but services need to listen to you support and guide this future generation.
Mums stand up to radicalisation in new scheme aimed at protecting children and bringing people together
A SCHEME aimed at helping mothers protect their children against radicalisation and grooming has ended its inaugural year with an awards ceremony. Mothers Against Radicalisation has been run by Bradford-based organisation Empowering Minds in partnership with Bradford Council and West Yorkshire Police. It was funded by the Council through the Home Office Prevent programme. Sofia Read more about Mums stand up to radicalisation in new scheme aimed at protecting children and bringing people together[…]