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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…

Azhar Academy Girls School’s Big Tidy Up

1st Ethical - 29th April 2015

Year 8 students from Azhar Academy Girls School in London spent last Thursday, (19th March 2015) cleaning up the streets local to their school to raise awareness of community cleanliness. In just the course of a few hours the students managed to fill up 12 black bags with rubbish – clearly Londoners have been dropping…

An unexpected death

27th April 2015

Jeremy sat next to me during Year 12 for our registration period. Every morning I would see him regaling the class with his exploits. He was one of those happy-go-lucky larger-than-life kids who would do no work but was still loved by the teachers. I remember a particular incident involving us very fondly. It was…

Ilm 2 Amal Students from Mazahirul Uloom Clean Up their Community

Tower Hamlets - 20th April 2015

Eco conscious students from Stepney Green’s Mazahirul Uloom School took part in a litter picking campaign coordinated by 1st Ethical Charitable Trust. Litter was collected by the school’s year 9 students, who collected around 25 bags full of rubbish over a two-hour period. The council’s Cleaner, Greener Volunteering supported the activity and supplied grabbers, gloves…

World’s mountain of electrical waste reaches new peak of 42m tonnes

The Guardian - 19th April 2015

A record amount of electrical and electronic waste was discarded around the world in 2014, with the biggest per-capita tallies in countries that pride themselves on environmental consciousness, a report said. Last year, 41.8m tonnes of so-called e-waste – mostly fridges, washing machines and other domestic appliances at the end of their life – was…

New Vacancy: Relationship Manager (London)

30th March 2015

Relationship Manager for Muslim-Faith Primary, Secondary & Supplementary Schools Hours: Full Time Location: London – field based, with two days a week working from our London office. Travel to our Greater Manchester office will be required once a month and as and when required Full Driving Licence essential (six penalty points or less) Start Date: Immediate…

Girls slit wrists as Zayn Malik leaves One Direction – and what this teaches us about society

Ibrahim Khan - 30th March 2015

As many of you will be aware, Zayn Malik the British singer in the world’s most successful boy band One Direction, has left the band citing stress-related reasons. Following his departure Twitter has been flooded with shock, disappointment, sadness, and anger from his fans, and some have even started the highly concerning “Cut4Zayn” trend where…

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