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Qudues holds a BA Honours in Business Management and has been actively engaged in citizen politics in the Midlands for 10 years establishing three independent youth related organisations. Qudues has won numerous awards for his community engagement work, particularly with young Muslims, including the News of the World Children Champion Award (2011) and the National Youth Agency Youth Worker Award (2011). He is passionate about supporting communities to develop into cohesive and connected bodies that can nurture positive change.