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Join Muslim Mind Collaboratives British Muslims and Schools INSET session
To mark the launch of our Muslim Mental Health in Schools Toolkit, we are holding a free INSET session for school leaders, on British Muslims and Schools.
A Roundtable on Muslim Mental Health in Schools
On Wednesday 1 March 2023, we held our Valuing Every Mind Roundtable on Muslim Mental Health in Schools, bringing together practitioners, experts, academics and policy makers to the table, to discuss and learn from each other, to better support Muslim mental well-being.
Muslim Heritage Children in Care
My Family Group’s Annual Roundtable Event on Muslim Heritage Children in Care took place on the 27th April this year, with the theme of ‘Supporting Identity and Wellbeing’. It brought together stakeholders and experts from a range of sectors.
´Time To Talk Day´, Launching Muslim Mind Collaborative
Time to Talk Day is the nation’s biggest mental health conversation, run by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness. Happening every year, it’s a day for communities to come together to talk, listen and change lives. On Time to Talk day 2022, we launched the Muslim Mind Collaborative – a conversation with our partners on shaping the future of Muslim mental health collaboration.
Markfield Institute launches their Wellbeing Centre
Where traditionally research has been conducted about Muslim communities, the Centre for the Study of Wellbeing´s vision is to create spaces within which Muslims can lead on their own narrative and set the agenda in terms of how wellbeing is defined and measured for Muslim communities, particularly within pluralistic context.
Round Table Discussion on Muslim Children in Care
My Family Group’s Annual Roundtable Event on Muslim Heritage Children in Care took place on the 27th April this year, with the theme of Supporting Identity and Wellbeing. It brought together stakeholders and experts from a range of sectors. We convened in the interest of securing equitable outcomes – happy, secure and prosperous lives – for Muslim-heritage children in care.
NHS Muslim Network on Mental Health and Faith
The NHS Muslim Network’s Mental Health & Islamophobia webinar highlighted that mental health is very misunderstood in the Muslim community and the cause for this is believed to be due to several reasons ranging from lack of knowledge and understanding to stigma and shame.