IAM Event with MEND: Leeds City College

Leeds City College Champions Inclusivity: MEND Workshop for Causes & Cures of Islamophobia

Leeds City College took a significant stride towards fostering understanding and unity by hosting a Causes & Cures workshop in collaboration with MEND (Muslim Engagement and Development). The timely event, held as part of Islamophobia Awareness Month, welcomed both staff and students to engage in an enriching dialogue aimed at combating prejudice and promoting awareness.
The workshop, meticulously delivered by MEND, delved into the root causes of Islamophobia while offering tangible solutions for a more inclusive society. Attendees had the unique opportunity to gain insights from the expertise of MEND, fostering a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by the Muslim community.
Leeds City College deserves applause for actively participating in Islamophobia Awareness Month and providing a platform for essential conversations. By inviting MEND to facilitate this workshop, the college showcased its commitment to creating an environment that champions diversity, education, and inclusivity.
As staff and students joined forces to explore the Causes & Cures of Islamophobia, Leeds City College demonstrated its dedication to nurturing an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding. This event serves as a testament to the college’s role as a catalyst for positive change within the community.
In extending our gratitude to Leeds City College for their proactive stance, we acknowledge their pivotal role in fostering a culture that rejects prejudice and embraces diversity. The Causes & Cures workshop stands as a shining example of how educational institutions can lead the way in building bridges and dismantling stereotypes.
Provided by MEND

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