On Thursday 11th November, the chaplaincy team at Bradford Royal Infirmary (BRI) set up a stall to raise awareness of Islamophobia.
The stall included materials on Islamophobia which were available for people to take away with them for free. It was a wonderful opportunity for hospital staff, patients and guests to learn more about Islamophobia and the contributions of British Muslims to the UK. Individuals visiting the stall were amazed to hear that there are approximately 29,200 Muslims employed by the NHS with over 31% of them being doctors.
Ismail Syed, chaplain at BRI, thanked MEND for providing materials and resources for the stall.
You can see more Islamophobia Awareness resources at: islamophobia-awareness.org/resources/