We’re providing a platform for young people aged between 18-30 to have a voice and progress into community leaders. Watch the promo video below.
Islamophobia is growing in the Uk, In November 1997 the Runnymede Trust published Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us All.
What mothers want more than anything is for their children to be safe. And while they should not be afraid, the challenges of protecting children, especially in an increasingly digital world, can be daunting.
Aim: Young people understand what Sexual Violence is, how to identity appropriate and in appropriate behaviour. What it is Impacts/criminal offences and understand the importance of how to report.
Aim: Training is designed for practitioners within Faith Base institutes to raise awareness in communities and the importance of Safeguarding through radicalisation and ideology. Training delivered to stimulate debate identifying barriers, opportunities and strengths to build stronger and integrated communities.
Controlling relationships whether they be relationships at home or even simply a friendship can be and are confusing.
So many questions, what am I allowed to say and not say- some would say this is acceptable others may argue not.
Diversity and Cohesion Training: Understanding the balance between Culture and Religion and its impact on Attainment
Aim: Understanding the balance between religion and culture developing successful approaches to exploring cultural difference and the impact on attainment. Provides practical guidance on how to implement reasonable adjustments effectively.
Aim To understand what behaviour is, its Impact and its influence. Understanding the impact of positive and negative behaviour on you and those around you.
Aim To have a voice, understand how to convey the message in a positive way. Understanding barriers Individuals face within society. To examine the barriers of having an opinion to being heard. To understand respect and how to communicate with respect.