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in News March 9, 2017

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Nisa-Nashim Inaugural Conference

In light of International Women’s Day, hundreds of Muslim and Jewish women came together, for Nisa-Nashim’s first conference ‘Challenging the Narrative’. Nisa-Nashim, an organisation founded by Julie Siddiqi and Laura Marks, aims to bring the Jewish and Muslim communities together to promote positive dialogue and challenge negative rhetoric. There are currently 3 million Muslims and 300,000… Read more

in News March 8, 2017

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Twitter Coding For Schools

International Women’s Day is celebrated across the world to commemorate the movement for women’s rights and to celebrate the women who have inspired thousands and made history. The roots of the day can be traced back to 1908, when 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding voting rights, better pay and shorter working hours. The empowerment… Read more

in News March 2, 2017

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The Women’s Leadership Programme

The final workshop for the Women’s Leadership Programme took place on Wednesday 1st March 2017, at the Highfield Community Centre in Birmingham. The round table session started with the women updating the group on what they had been up to since the last meeting. They informed each other how the leadership programme had benefited them across the  last… Read more

in News March 1, 2017

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Training at Twitter HQ

In an age of social media, it would be naive to ignore Twitter as a frontier for the purposes of furthering the development of faith and grassroots institutions. Small wonder then, all the greats in their industries from businesses to marketing firms are now taking to this platform to network and make people aware of… Read more

in News February 28, 2017

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Supporting Volunteers in your Faith Institution

Volunteering is an integral part of giving back to the wider society; recent studies have shown that volunteering is linked to happy and healthier benefits and has been proven to reduce stress. It allows you to practice your existing skills as well as developing new ones; as part of a more effective governance system, it is… Read more