15th April 2021, 6:30pm to 7:30pm BST
This April has some of the most important religious celebrations of the year, including Ramadan. The Sustainable Communities Programme is hosting an open event for sharing, reflection, and music open to all faiths and none. We aim to create a reflective space for young people to share some of the deep virtues of Ramadan and service towards humanity.
Join the conversation to connect with others who are passionate about community engagement and service!
UK/Malawi and Ghana
Faith-Rose is a 33-year-old Christian from Malawi and Ghana. She currently works as a Strategist and Project Management Consultant and is the founder of Youth Empowerment Organisation. She is passionate about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and is an advocate and campaigner for marginalised communities.
Adeel Younas is 25 years old and grew up in Nottingham, though he is originally from Pakistan. Adeel is a passionate advocate for mental health and currently works as a director in the health and social care sector. He is also actively engaged in the voluntary sector where he supports local charities and grassroots community oganisations.
Nargis is 15 years old, born in Nottingham, and originally from Afghanistan. She is a practising Muslim who loves her faith and is currently in secondary education doing her GCSEs. She is hoping to study Chemistry, English Literature, Math and Art A Levels post exams, with an aim to study English Literature at university.
UK/Hong Kong and Pakistan
Ali is an 18-year-old, British born Muslim originally from Hong Kong and Pakistan. His love and passion for his faith has inspired him to become a poet and Nasheed Artist. Currently, he is in college studying to become an optician.