Posts Tagged: Web Guardians

Our CEO Sajda Mughal founds Survivors Against Terror

Our CEO Sajda Mughal founds Survivors Against Terror

Sajda Mughal, CEO of the JAN Trust has united with others to form a group, Survivors Against Terror, to counter extremism. The Survivors Against Terror network was launched in January of this year, a first of its kind network, of family members who have lost a loved one to terror and survivors of terror attacks. …

Our Web Guardians™ programme in 2017

Our Web Guardians™ programme for 2017 has finished! JAN Trust would like to share with you the successes of the 2017 programme and tell you why this vital programme needs to continue. The waiting list for the 2018 programme is ever growing! Web Guardians™, largely targeted at Muslim mothers, aims to provide participants with digital …

Web Guardians™ mentioned in Tottenham & Wood Independent

Web Guardians™ mentioned in Tottenham & Wood Independent

The Tottenham & Wood Green Independent mentioned JAN Trust’s Web Guardians™ programme. In December, JAN Trust held a certificate ceremony to celebrate our users completing the Web Guardians™ programme. Hornsey and Wood Green MP Catherine West and Haringey Council CEO Zina Etheridge delivered the certificates. Numerous local councillors also attended. See the article below:

JAN Trust mentioned in Eastern Eye

JAN Trust mentioned in Eastern Eye

Eastern Eye have mentioned Sajda Mughal and JAN Trust in their online newspaper. This is in the wake of an extremism report released by the Home Office. Sajda spoke about the abuse she has received as a Muslim public figure: “I can tell you, as someone who listens to Muslim women on a regular basis who …

ISIS Returnees – shall we let them back into Britain?

Earlier this month British government minister Rory Stewart, argued that the only way to deal with British Isis fighters is too kill them. According to the Independent Stewart told the BBC that, “They are absolutely dedicated, as members of the Islamic State, towards the creation of a caliphate, they believe in an extremely hateful doctrine which involves …

Fake News, Cyberbullying and Extremism: the Downsides of Social Media’s Global Reach

The ability to promote discussion through social media is a critical tool for people and organisations to create much-needed conversations about issues that matter, but aren’t talked about enough, in societies around the world: from young Nigerians promoting dialogue about taboo subjects like domestic abuse to a US non-profit creating a viral hashtag about race and equity in the …