Wednesday, 11 January 2017
MADE is partnering up with Ebrahim College to run the Muslim Changemakers course, a 7-week intensive programme that looks at the Islamic concept of serving society through active campaigning.
The course will cover:
- the Islamic perspective on social action
- why we need social action
- campaigning skills
- community organizing skills
- media skills
- leadership skills.
Who's it for?:
This course is offered differently depending on the student group being taught. The groups we target are:
1. University ISoc students
2. Alimiyyah students
3. Anyone else from the general public
The sessions will take place at Ebrahim College in Whitechapel.
Tuesday evenings (6-9pm). 28th February - 11th April 2017.
The programme costs £89 in total. This has been heavily subsidised by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (down from £599).
Where do I sign up?
You can register your place here.
For any other enquiries please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Testimonials from course participants:
“[This course] helped build my confidence to get people involved in an issue they may not be aware of, and made me realise the huge potential for activism in Muslim communities.”
“Our prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was a campaigner- this really motivated to change things in my local community. This has motivated me to become the change instead of waiting for the change I wanted to see.”
“This was an incredible experience and eye-opening regarding how much more needs to be done on our part.”
“Very beneficial training. Really addressed and highlights the need for active participation by youth. Engaging, motivating and enjoyable.”