Christian-Muslim Encounters: Critical Reflections on Evolving Interfaith Work25 Sep 2020
Despite Another Looming Lockdown, You Have the Power to Be Happy in Abundance!21 Sep 2020
Maidenhead Mosque Food Parcels Helped Hundreds During Lockdown15 Sep 2020
Muslims in Slovakia Remain Marginalised by Discriminatory Laws14 Sep 2020
Trauma: How to Cope with It and Support Others09 Sep 2020
Tory Vote Against Fire Safety Bill Is an Insult to Grenfell Survivors08 Sep 2020
Crisis Group Calls for Reforms to End Rohingya Genocide02 Sep 2020
Muslim Charities Launch Plasma Donation Drive to Help Fight COVID-1901 Sep 2020
Muslim World War II Hero Noor Inayat Khan Honoured28 Aug 2020
Christchurch Terrorist Sentenced to Life Without Parole27 Aug 2020
Christian-Muslim Encounters held its first webinar bringing together prominent interfaith figures to critically reflect on evolving interfaith work.
You’re invited on a beautiful journey of self-discovery, to expand yourself in your internal universe, without being restricted by your external one.
The Maidenhead Mosque and Islamic Centre mobilised six months ago to help provide food to vulnerable people following the lockdown.
The tiny Muslim minority of Slovakia, has struggled for recognition for decades. Now, discrimination is increasingly being entrenched into the legal system.
Trauma can be a daunting challenge to face. But with the right tools and support, we can help ourselves and our loved ones heal.
Khulud Khalil offers some helpful advice
In an insult to Grenfell survivors, the Conservative Government voted against an amendment to the Fire Safety Bill to implement expert recommendations.
Tories, including local Kensington MP, Felicity Buchan, were accused of a “shameful dereliction of duty”.
The International Crisis Group called for deep reforms and an equitable peace process in order to end the violence against Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims.
The Muslims Donate Plasma campaign led by numerous charities aims to encourage Muslims who had COVID-19 to donate plasma to help save lives.
English Heritage has honoured the World War II Hero Noor Inayat Khan with a plaque, marking the first time a Muslim and Indian woman was recognised.
The Christchurch terrorist who murdered 51 worshippers in two mosques in 2019 has been given a life sentence without chance of parole.
29-year-old Brenton Tarrant is the first in the country’s history to receive such a sentence.
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