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Ramadan Routine with Shazia Parveen

Shazia Parveen is a RCN (Royal College of Nursing) Officer for the East Midlands and has been a mentor with MWC since January 2021. She has previously held roles as a Freedom to Speak Up Guardian, Ward Sister and Nurse in the NHS. Throughout her career, Shazia has stood for justice, using her voice and … Continue reading Ramadan Routine with Shazia Parveen

Workplace Inclusion: Ramadan✨

Ramadan Kareem! We pray that this month is spiritually transformative and healing, for Allah SWT to accept our efforts, and to leave this month feeling closer to our Lord, Allahumma Ameen. Workplace Inclusion: Ramadan - a guide for employers and organisations For an overwhelming majority of Muslims, Ramadan is the best time of year. Muslims … Continue reading Workplace Inclusion: Ramadan✨

MWC celebrates International Women’s Day 2022: #BreakTheBias

International Women’s Day (IWD) is a celebration of the social, economical, cultural and political achievements of women across the globe. Supported by millions for more than a century (the first IWD gathering being in 1911), IWD does not belong to a single country, group or organisation specifically. Rather, IWD is a collective effort by groups … Continue reading MWC celebrates International Women’s Day 2022: #BreakTheBias

Reflecting 2021: A Year Of Growth ✨

The year 2021 has been a year of growth, lessons and blessings for Muslim Women Connect, Alhamdulillah. Expanding the MWC Mentoring Programme Like many services, our Mentoring Programme was driven online due to the pandemic. We took this as an opportunity and for the first time ever, we expanded our services beyond London and opened … Continue reading Reflecting 2021: A Year Of Growth ✨

‘Missing’ during Isolation and Ramadan

In this time of isolation, uncertainty and the arrival of what will be a Ramadan like no other, one recurring theme has shown up consistently. The feeling of ‘missing’. Be it normality, routines, our loved ones, our colleagues, the luxury of ordering a coffee in the mornings and that first sip as we head to … Continue reading ‘Missing’ during Isolation and Ramadan