Tag: MINAB

13
May

Engaging Youth in Mosque Development Strategy

To allow the Youth to feel confident in mosque and to grow up within the safety and the equilibrium that Mosques can provide them; leaders must integrate the youth in their development strategy at an early stage. Indeed it is by making a room to them in the mosque’s functioning that we will be able […]

25
Apr

Mosque in the local community

How to detect and answer the needs of the local communities?
What functions other than prayer facilities should a mosque provide for its local community?
How to reach out the non-Muslim community?
How a mosque can support a deeper sense of citizenship?

24
Apr

Mourning Judge Khurshid Drabu

The Mosques and Imams National Advisory Board deeply mourns the passing away of one of its architects: Judge Khurshid Drabu, CBE. Khurshid Drabu was a man of exceptional integrity, dedication and worked all his life to bring communities together and to raise the standards of Muslim organisations and especially mosques, institutions and educational establishments. He […]

14
Apr

Creating a World-class Madrassah

Should Madrassah be only places to teach Qur’an?
How to improve the quality of teaching in madrassah?
How to get parents more involved in supplementary education? Or how to improve communication with parents?
Teaching in a Madrassah: follow the biological rhythm of children?
How to ensure the safety of children in Madrassah?

24
Mar

Improving Security in Mosques

With the raise of the Far Right movements, it is important that mosques’ leaders ensure that their premises continue to be safe for their users. MINAB has gathered a panel a speakers who will advise on how to improve Security in our mosques.