This Sunday, Sana shines our Colloquium spotlight on Kayisha Payne, Founder of BBSTEM – a new organisation campaigning for balance and representation of Black individuals in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).
Take a read to learn more about this fantastic network and the mastermind behind it all… Continue reading
Disclaimer: We have not written this article with the intention to cause offence. Please do read it with a comical tone but understand that the purpose of this article is to get you thinking about all religions, not just Islam and encourage you to start having meaningful conversations. This article is based on our personal views and experiences.
We believe that everyone interprets religion in their own personal way. Every individual is unique and therefore every interpretation is unique. In the UK, about 75% of the population associate themselves with a religion, and yet it is not at the forefront of many conversations. Continue reading
I was brought up in “the most multicultural society in the country” – or so I’ve proudly said for the past 10 years of my life. And yes, geographically I do live in a place considered the most multicultural in the world – but is it really? Continue reading