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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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Let’s Talk! Islamophobia Sisters Afternoon Tea

16th December - 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Goodge Street Mosque

Islamophobia rose by 61% in London over 12 months with an estimated 7,000 hate crimes recorded by the Police against Muslims. Join us for an afternoon of activities and discussion, with guest speakers. Food and refreshments will be served. For more information about this event, please contact us by emailing london@mend.workinggroup.org.uk.

Career Inspiration Talk: Entrepreneurship & Volunteering – Bolton

16th December - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

BCOM Centre

This talk is part of a series of careers events in Bolton to help inspire young people and their parents to take career planning and volunteering seriously. The ultimate aim is to help inspire young people to raise their aspirations and provide advice to parents on how they can help. So far we have arranged talks

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