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Sajda Mughal on Channel Five

Sajda Mughal on Channel Five

JAN Trust CEO, Sajda Mughal OBE, featured in a Channel Five documentary on 21st October 2019 that focused on the rise of racially and religiously aggravated hate crimes. In the documentary Sajda speaks candidly about her experiences of Islamophobia and the effects of this abuse. As well as, the implications of derogatory headlines in the …

Sajda Mughal praises new knife crime camapign

“The message is both emotive and powerful and has the potential to spark conversations that may deter young people from carrying a knife.” A new knife crime campaign that has been rolled out by West Midlands Police sees Sadam Essakhil reflect from prison and provides powerful message for young people. Sajda Mughal, JAN Trust CEO, …

Tackling extremism needs a multi-faceted approach, says CEO Sajda

Tackling extremism needs a multi-faceted approach, says CEO Sajda

Our CEO Sajda Mughal highlights that a lack of social mobility and inclusion cannot be considered the main cause of the development of home grown terrorists. Instead CEO Sajda Mughal states that ‘a lack of social mobility and inclusion cannot be considered a driving force for homegrown terrorists being recruited in the UK. She highlights that home-grown …

Patron Nazir Afzal – Cash-Strapped Charities like JAN Trust must be supported

Patron Nazir Afzal – Cash-Strapped Charities like JAN Trust must be supported

‘Isn’t protecting our communities worth shaking the money tree?’ Our Patron Nazir Afzal has written in the ByLine Times about JAN Trust’s lack of funding from the government. Significant funding to anti-crime, pro-victim organisations such as JAN Trust are key to seeing long-term crime reduction. Read the article here or below: Boris Johnson’s Government appears …

Sajda Mughal speaks about her 7/7 experience 14 years on

Sajda Mughal speaks about her 7/7 experience 14 years on

Our CEO Sajda Mughal reflects on surviving the 7/7 bombings in London, 14 years on from the attacks and speaks to the Evening Standard about her the experience.  This terrifying, life-changing experience led Sajda to commit the JAN Trust to finding community-led, grassroots solutions to extremism and radicalisation. By empowering and educating women through pioneering …