Self regulation and standards

The Mosques and Imams National Advisory Board between 2008 and 2009 conducted a national consultation with Mosques to develop quality systems and standards for Mosques and Training Institution. The MINAB Standards developed are a unique approach to promoting quality and best practice in our Mosques and Training Institutions.

In April 2010 the MINAB launched a self certification process whereby all members have been asked to submit a declaration whether they fully or partially meet the five standards approved by the MINAB.

Through MINAB’s membership, you will receive help and support in adopting the self regulation standards.

 

Standard 1: Members apply principles of good corporate governance

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Standard 2: Members ensure that services are provided by suitably qualified and or experienced personnel

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Standard 3: There are systems and processes in place to ensure that there are no impediments to the participation in the activities, including governance, for young people

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Standard 4: There are systems and processes in place to ensure that there are no impediments to the participation in the activities, including governance, for women

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Standard 5: Members ensure there are programmes that promote civic responsibility of Muslims in the wider society.

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