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Category: Events

Summer School 2018

The Summer School is back once again, it will run for 3 weeks insha-allah in the summer holidays. The main focus of the programme is for young people to achieve, enjoy and learn by engaging in a range of activities in a safe and secure environment. See poster below for more details:

Course for revert sisters

Karimia Institute is proud to start a new FREE ‘Quranic Arabic and Basic Islamic Studies course‘ (for Revert sisters). The course will start on Sunday 1st July 2018 at  5:00pm – 6:30pm and will take place every Sunday. The course will be held at: Fig Tree Primary School, which is located on: 30 Bentinck Road, Hyson […]

Remembering Srebrenica

The Srebrenica massacre where the slaying of more than 7000 Bosnian Muslim boys and men, perpetrated by Bosnian Serb forces in Srebrenica, a town in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, in July 1995. In addition to the killings, more than 20,000 civilians were expelled from the area, a process known as ethnic cleansing. The massacre, which […]

Family Tarbiya Retreat 2018

For the past two decades, Karimia Institute has been organising an annual Family Tarbiya Retreat and after previous years’ thought-provoking and stimulating event we aim to make this year’s even more eventful with more activities in a picturesque venue. Those who have attended previous events have shared feedback on how well it was organised, as […]

MH:2K Roadshow

Young People’s Mental Health Workshop MH:2K is a pioneering youth-led model for engaging young people in conversations about mental health in their local area. MH:2K helps decision-makers and researchers to gain deeper understanding of mental health issues in their area and new insights about effective solutions for prevention, support and services. MH:2K is delivered by […]

Community Engagement Day

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.

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