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British Muslim Prison Leavers: Supporting Desistance and Rehabilitation
This report advances understanding of the needs of British Muslims leaving prison through an analysis of existing literature and primary research conducted by CareStart. This research sought to identify the challenges facing British Muslim ex-offenders in their post-release phase to generate policy recommendations and strategies that assist their reintegration into communities. This study will be of use to professionals working within the Criminal Justice System (CJS), as well as agencies and grassroots organisations active in ex-offender rehabilitation.
Hidden Survivors Report
BCBN, in partnership with the University of East London, School of Psychology launched a landmark report on mental health in the Muslim community ‘Hidden Survivors’, a report on the mental health of young British Muslims.
Young Minds: A self-care guide for young Muslims
It’s normal to have ups and downs, but if you’re struggling, there are things you can do that can really help. Practising self-care can be one of them. Check out Young Minds’s faith- friendly guide to self-care.
Perinatal Mental Health Support for Muslim Communities Insight Report
This Starting Well project responds to the mental health and wellbeing needs of pregnant women and new mums from the Muslim community of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.
Muslim Mental Health in Schools Toolkit: The first step
Muslim Mind Collaborative embarked on a journey of research, consultation and intellectual interrogation to produce our toolkit resource which aids schools in improving faith literacy and cultural sensitivity.
Faith Equity in Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing
In April 2022, the UK government published a discussion paper on a proposed 10 year plan for mental health, alongside a call for evidence with specific questions on the proposal. MMC responded to this call, which can be seen here.
´Resilient Me´ a partnership programme with BCBN and The Children’s Society (2019)
Resilient Me’s whole school approach makes mental health and wellbeing everyone’s business, with all parts of the school community working together.
Muslim Heritage Children in Care: Supporting Identity and Wellbeing
My Family Group’s Annual Roundtable Report is aimed at impacting long-term, sustainable and positive change for Muslim-heritage children in care.
Talking with your children
Discusses Islamophobia and hate-based violence against Muslims with children. This fact sheet highlights, for parents and caregivers
CareStart is an extensive research and support project exploring the social reintegration and rehabilitation of British Muslim ex-offenders after they leave the justice system
´Muslim Mental Health Matters Report´ by the Lantern Initiative
In June 2021, The Lantern Initiative collaborated alongside Muslim academics to launch a national survey to understand the experiences and attitudes of Muslim communities toward mental health support.