An Nisa Society
Charities We Love • 2m 47s
When family members Humera Khan, Khalida Khan and Aisha Khan co-founded the An-Nisa Society in 1985, its goals were to improve the provision of Muslim-sensitive services and influence Government policy to tackle religious discrimination and Islamophobia. The society, among other achievements, has set up a successful, Supplementary Muslim School in north-west London. Change the Script talks to the three women who are making a huge impact and changing the way how Islam is taught to young children through 'love' and not 'fear'.
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