International cultural relations body for the United Kingdom.
Seeks to improve the public conversation about Muslims and intercultural relations in the U.S. and Europe by providing evidence-based arguments, facts and research findings from reputable sources.
Creates opportunities to exchange perspectives on issues such as migration, diversity, community cohesion, inter-cultural and inter-faith dialogue and pluralism in European societies. Primary goal is to acknowledge present and past contributions of diverse communities and cultures, and especially of Muslims, in shaping contemporary European society. Activities include panel debates, conferences, expert workshops, research and exchange programs.
Pan-European professional network promoting leadership, diversity, empowerment and positive perceptions of European Muslims. Hosts programs and activities, such as meetings with European leaders and inspirational events and in-mosque mentoring for Muslim youth.
Informal coalition of academic associations involved in university-level journalism and mass communication. Organizations from six continents participate with a focus on universal issues in the field.
13-part series aired on national television in Kenya and produced each year by the students of The Mohamed Amin Foundation. Show is a platform for Kenyans to speak out on human rights issues. Programmes include 5-minute, researched feature story to focus the discussion; a host; a 30-to-50-person audience; a special guest; and a live, nine-piece band. Students shoot […]
Training course teaching professional skills and techniques in multimedia communication, broadcast video production and film. Instruction combines theory and hands-on training. Offers one to three years of diploma courses.
Foundation formed to memorialize African journalist Mohamed Amin. Focuses on training media students from around Africa in technology and film in order to improve communication in Africa and address new technological challenges.