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.
Events for 29th November 2018
Robert Gordon University Islamic Society (RGU) hosts a debut exhibition exploring Islamophobia in the UK while also showcasing the positive contributions Muslims have played in today's society. Come down to the Health Building to explore this hot topic and the significance that Muslims have made in the UK. For any further enquiries contact: Nilma - […]Find out more »
From the arts to politics, from health to education, meet the ordinary Muslims living extraordinary lives. This year, the theme is to celebrate the local contributions of Muslims to the different sectors of Bradford and the UK. We will have representation from the education, health, arts, community and business sectors. This event aims to celebrate […]Find out more »
The Chartists was a working-class movement, which emerged in 1836. The aim of the Chartists was to gain political rights and influence for the working class. Newport brave working class uprose and fought for equal political rights. This month marks the 179th anniversary of the Chartist movement. We raise the questions whether such fight is […]Find out more »
Stand up to Racism (SUTR) and Mend (Muslim engagement and development) invite you to a unique event, bringing together Professor John Holmwood, teachers, unionists and ant-racists to collectively put forward a call for an independent inquiry in to the trojan horse affair and its detrimental effect on the lives of real people, children, parents and […]Find out more »