Posts Tagged: community cohesion

JAN Trust’s View on the Integration Report

The Integration Report, released on Thursday by the Integration All Party Parliamentary Group, was based on previous findings of the controversial Casey Review which highlighted worrying levels of segregation in British society. Alongside its findings, the report includes twelve recommendations on how to improve integration in British society. The first recommendation emphasises integration though education at the community …

Burkini ban busted!

Nearly two weeks ago, mayors in about 30 French coastal resorts decided to impose a ban on the burkini (A burkini is a type of swimming costume that some Muslim women wear, which covers the arms, legs and hair). The ban prohibited women from wearing a burkini on public beaches or in the sea. If …

Misrepresentation of Muslims in the media

Following a complaint to the press regulation body IPSO, the Mail on Sunday has finally apologised for their inflammatory headline and article on “Muslim gang slashes tyres of immigration-raid van”. This article is one of a large number of occurrences, in which the usage of terms such as Islam or Muslims have been increasingly utilised …

JAN Trust’s vital work

The summer period is always a time for evaluation at JAN Trust. It is indeed at this time of the year that we look back to our successful programmes and, at the same time, we plan new activities for the incoming season, always driven by our strong passion to empower disadvantaged and marginalised women in …

Sajda Mughal OBE featured in Cosmopolitan

Sajda Mughal OBE featured in Cosmopolitan

“I was honoured to be awarded an OBE for my work towards community cohesion. Getting recognition felt amazing, but I want it to be the start of things. My job is far from over. These issues still exist and, until they don’t, I’ll keep on fighting.” Sajda has been interviewed by Cosmopolitan on the 10th …

Strength in unity

Helen Keller once said, ‘alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.’  Indeed, to make the greatest possible difference in society, organisations must ensure that they are collaborating, not just through formal agreements, but in everyday life and practice.  It makes perfect sense, as in all aspects of a market economy, …