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This week Muslim Girls Fence travels to Birmingham & we challenge stereotypes of Muslim men in prison at the Southbank Centre.
Maslaha and Poet in the City embark on 'Journeys' in St Pancras to launch 'Radical Whispers' project in celebration of National Poetry Day.
'There is little point in encouraging vulnerable members of communities to speak up and talk about taboo, without similarly encouraging open listening among health practitioners.'
'Communities that feel excluded from the mainstream can find a powerful, nuanced and persuasive voice through the arts'
The problem remains one of borders and frontiers and who controls them, and who chooses where they sit
The latest on our school workshops around gender identities and equality
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Maslaha will be running a session on how existing community assets can be strengthened to tackle issues facing young people at risk of entering the criminal justice system at 'Unusual Suspects' festival in September
It's August already! While we all come to terms with how this has happened, keep up with what the Maslaha team has been getting up to the past eight months here.
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