Community Engagement Day aims to recognise and celebrate existing relations, as well as be a spark for new efforts connecting Karimia Institute to Nottingham neighbourhoods, groups and community organisations. It is meant to serve as an entry point, celebration, and resource for a broader culture of community engagement in Nottingham.
#VisitMyMosque 2018 took place on Sunday 18th February and saw over 200 mosques across the UK opening up their doors to their local communities. The theme behind 2018’s event was Open Doors | Open Mosques | Open Communities. The 2018 event received widespread support with Prime Minister Theresa May, Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn and Mayor of […]
In collaboration with Nottingham University we are proud to announce a talk by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, former Senior Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and author of The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain. The event will take place on Thurs 15th March, 6:45 – 8:00pm. For more details and to book visit: […]
The mosque open day is on Sunday 18th February 2018 from 12:30pm to 6:00pm. It is an opportunity to welcome our neighbours from different faiths, to see the true face of Islam, build community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. It also aims to enlighten the appreciation of Islam […]
Karimia Institute and ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) invite young people in Nottingham to a weekend of gaining the skills required to be effective leaders and team players. Where: The Karimia Institute, Bobbersmill Community Centre When: 20th – 21st January (Saturday/Sunday 8:45am – 5:00pm) Cost: FREE What: The Karimia Institute with the charitable programme […]