Our mission is to bring communities together in promotion of tolerance, unity and shared values.
Initially established by British Iraqis in West London, our reach has since broadened to include any groups seeking to promote integration.
We work with a number of different communities in the UK as well as internationally.
The MINAB is launching a Next Generation Programme in East London – to build a “stronger community network”- to enhance social action in local communities by supporting mosques and imams to strengthen social integration and community programmes.
We are recruiting 20 young leaders aged 18-30 years old from across East London to join the Building Stronger Communities Challenge – Increasing the involvement of young leaders in mosques and community programmes through personal development.
17 November 2018
On 27th September, as part of our ongoing efforts to building more resilient communities, ICIC held a workshop which was delivered by the Institute of Strategic Dialogue (ISD) entitled ‘The Contemporary far-right; Trends, Tactics and Key Players’. The workshop was designed to inform ICIC and its partners of the current issues and trends in regards to far-right movements.
27 September 2018
As part of our Encouraging Resilience programme, ICIC in collaboration with Faiths Forum for London (FFL) delivered a 5 Day bespoke programme to encourage young leaders to participate and engage with democracy, which ran between 2nd - 6th July 2018.
2 July 2018
On 19th June 2018, #TurnToLove and International Centre for Integration and Cohesion (ICIC) and volunteers from London’s interfaith and youth communities, came together to honour the victims of last year’s far-right terror attack in Finsbury Park, to reaffirm that Love and Unity will win over Terror and Hate.
19 June 2018
On Wednesday 5th June 2018, The All-Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims organised a historic event and brought ‘The Big Iftar’ to Parliament with the breaking of fast taking place at Speaker’s House hosted by The Speaker, Rt Hon. John Bercow MP.
5 June 2018
This session will aim to equip those who are operating with vulnerable people on issues such as:
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28 September 2017
On 27th September, as part of our ongoing efforts to building more resilient communities, ICIC held a workshop which was delivered by the Institute of Strategic Dialogue (ISD) entitled ‘The Contemporary far-right; Trends, Tactics and Key Players’.
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