Join us for #JawaabVoices July 11th 2016
Excluded and marginalised from the issues that impact them, young people are too often seen but not heard. Ever wondered how their lives are affected by racism, inequality and Islamophobia? Want to hear how the leaders of tomorrow see the issues of today? Join us for a fantastic evening of film, photography, performances and dis....
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‘PREVENT: Protecting Our Liberty?’ November 25th 2015
WHEN: Thursday 10th December 2015, 7-9pm WHERE: London Interfaith Centre, 125 Salusbury Road, London NW6 6RG Did you know that the British Government’s PREVENT imposes a legal duty on workers in Education, Health and Social Services to report anyone they think is likely to become an ‘extremist’? Although it claims to incl....
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Jawaab’s first public workshop April 7th 2015
Jawaab invites you to our first workshop with a dangerous priest who built a mosque. Reverend Donald Reeves MBE, is an active campaigner who participated in the civil rights movement and is known for his peace building work in the Balkans. In this workshop Donald Reeves will share his experiences of grassroots activism and how to ....
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Kick Islamophobia Part 2 October 28th 2009
Kick Islamophobia is back for the second year running! Due to popular demand from the youth of Islington, Young Muslim Voices award winning anti racism festival ‘Kick Islamophobia’ is back in 2009! In 2008 we brought over 400 young people together to take part in this anti racism festival and this year we brought together over....
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Kick Islamophobia Promotional Rally September 14th 2009
Our second ever Kick Islamophobia anti racism festival is coming up in a weeks time and we have decided to take to the streets and share the news with everyone! With our dedicated team of young peeps, we are off to colleges, schools, universities, youth clubs and anywhere else to spread the word!....
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Kick Islamophobia Part 1 September 14th 2008
Young Muslim Voices organised an anti racism event called ‘Kick Islamophobia’ The event was organised with support from ‘kick racism out of football and Arsenal positive futures and 20 young people. Teams of young people from Islington took part in the Kick Islamophobia football tournament which raised awareness about anti-....
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