Education and Training Development Officer for Darul Ulooms

13th May 2015

Education and Training Development Officer for Darul Ulooms Hours: Full Time Location: Greater Manchester Office Start Date: Immediate Salary: £18 – £21,000 (scale based on experience) + 1 month Discretionary Annual Bonus Full Driving License essential (six penalty points or less)   About the Organisation: 1st Ethical Charitable Trust is a British educational charity which aims to benefit society…

Where did David Cameron’s new Cabinet study? And what does this mean for Britain and the Muslim community?

11th May 2015

  By Ibrahim Khan David Cameron is still finalising his Cabinet for his second term in office, but we thought it would be insightful to do a breakdown of the educational backgrounds of Cabinet he has thus far selected: David Cameron – PPE, Brasenose College Oxford (age: 48) George Osborne – History, Magdalen College Oxford…

Some Important Lessons for Muslims from the Elections 2015

Ibrahim Khan - 8th May 2015

The dust is still settling on the election results and by any account it has been an epochal moment in British politics. The leaders of the Liberal Democrats, Labour, and UKIP have all resigned, the SNP have taken almost all seats in Scotland, and the Conservatives return to power once again. Judging from the Twitter…

Afifah Girls School Enjoy Question Time with Prospective Parliamentary Candidate

1st Ethical - 5th May 2015

On the 24th of April, students from Afifah Girls School were given the opportunity to learn a little about the world of politics from former MP for Trafford/Stretford and prospective parliamentary candidate Kate Green as well as quiz her on her parties policies and plans to support young people looking for work opportunities. The visit…

“Me: We” – Strengthening Communities through Shared Values

Waqaus Ali - 1st May 2015

This spring, saw 1st Ethical launch the ‘Me: We: Strengthening Communities through Shared Values’ initiative, a cultural exchange project for students from mainstream and Muslim faith schools to explore shared values and demonstrate these through community based social action. Me: We is a creative project carried out over several weeks within schools from different regions…

Relationship Manager for Supplementary Schools and Mosques

1st May 2015

About the Organisation: 1st Ethical Charitable Trust is a British educational charity which aims to benefit society by developing well-rounded, confident, active and ethical citizens. We do this by educating and empowering Muslims to fulfil the Rights of Others (Huququl Ibad). Our mission is to provide four key services: (i) learning materials, (ii) training programmes, (iii) grassroots research and…

Azhar Academy Students visit Meadow Court Care Home

M Rana - 30th April 2015

“I went to Meadow Court care home and enjoyed speaking to the residents and looking around the care home. I was glad to see that they were well looked after,” said Nusrath Tapadar a Year 11 student. Three groups of students visited the home in March 2015 to run projects with the elderly residents as…

Me: We Initiative Inspires Historic School Exchange between Local Darul Uloom and Mainstream School

30th April 2015

1st Ethical Charitable trust, as part of its educational cultural exchange initiative ‘Me: We’ facilitated on Thursday 23rd of April, the UK’s first school exchange between an Islamic seminary and a mainstream school. Jamiatul Ilm Wal Huda Blackburn opened its doors to ten students from neighbouring school Hollins Technology College. As part of this exchange,…

Me: We From the Perspective of the Students

1st Ethical - 30th April 2015

The Me: We campaign is a fresh initiative hoping to find a solution that transcends labels and politics and effectively breaks down barriers to meaningful dialogue. Me: We celebrates individual differences and diversity whilst strengthening community cohesion and contributions made by different groups to the well being of society as a whole. The model of…

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