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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.

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Events for November 2017

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MEND Exhibtion – Fulwell Cross Library

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MEND Exhibtion – Fulwell Cross Library

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MEND Exhibtion – Fulwell Cross Library

MEND Exhibition – Brunel University

MEND Exhibition – UCL

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MEND Exhibition – Brunel University

MEND Exhibition – Whittington Hospital

MEND @ The Minster

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MEND Exhibition – Brunel University

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MEND Exhibition – Brunel University

MEND Exhibition – SOAS

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MEND Exhibition – Brunel University

MEND Exhibition – SOAS

Islamophobia Awareness Month Exhibition

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MEND Exhibition – Brunel University

MEND Exhibition – SOAS

Islamophobia Awareness Exhibition

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Islamophobia Awareness Exhibition

MEND Exhibition – LSE

MEND Exhibition – Wanstead Library

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Islamophobia Awareness Exhibition

MEND Exhibition – LSE

MEND Exhibition – Wanstead Library

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MEND Exhibition – Wanstead Library

Waltham Forest IAM Football tournament

The Causes and Cures for Islamophobia, with a self-defence class. Sisters’ only

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MEND Exhibition – Wanstead Library

Islam & Muslims in Britain

MEND Women’s Badminton Tournament

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MEND Exhibition – Wanstead Library

MEND Exhibition – King’s College

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MEND Exhibition – King’s College

Questions? Ask a Muslim! (Barry Edition)

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MEND Exhibition – Redbridge Library

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MEND Exhibition – Redbridge Library

The Causes and Cures for Islamophobia

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MEND Exhibition – Redbridge Library

Showing of award-winning feature film on Islamophobia “Freesia” plus Q&A

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‘Lets get reporting – Islamophobia’

Islamophobia As Experienced By Muslim Reverts

Masjid Islamophobia Causes & Cures

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Islamophobia Causes and Cures: Parents Workshop

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Islamophobia Causes and Cures: Parents Workshop

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Islamophobia Causes and Cures: Parents Workshop

Questions? Ask a Muslim! (Caerphilly Edition)

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Islamophobia Causes and Cures: Parents Workshop

Women and Islamophobia

Student Not Suspects

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Islamophobia Causes and Cures: Parents Workshop

MEND Exhibition – Leeds Beckett University

What is Islamophobia?

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Islamophobia Causes and Cures: Parents Workshop

MEND Exhibition – Leeds Beckett University

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Islamophobia Causes and Cures: Parents Workshop

Islamophobia Conference

Sheffield Against Islamophobia

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Tackling Islamophobia Together

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Exhibition – De montford University, Leicester

FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAMOPHOBIA

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Exhibition – De montford University, Leicester

MEND Exhibition – Bradford College

What is PREVENT?

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Exhibition – De montford University, Leicester

MEND Exhibition – Bradford College

Islamophobia Resilience Workshop

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MEND Exhibition – Bradford College

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Islamophobia and what can we do about it?

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Bullied For My Beliefs

3rd March - 10:15 am - 11:15 am

Al Bayyinah School

- Being bullied for being Muslim? - What should you do? - Know how to recognise Islamophobic abuse? For more information about this event please email at info@albayyinah.co.uk or call 07778 799 699.

Dismantling Politics Masterclass

7th March - 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Mill Studios 0.32

DMU I.soc and MEND - Muslim engagement and development cordially invite you to: The MEND Politics Masterclass This masterclass is designed for all those who wish to gain a deeper understanding of the British political system, key legislation that affects Muslims and how to effectively engage in politics to make positive social changes. Topics covered:

Bullied For My Beliefs

11th March - 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Chelmsford Mosque

– Being bullied for being Muslim? – What should you do? – Know how to recognise Islamophobic abuse? For more information about this event please contact Saif Ahmad on 07872 971 762.

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