The Muslim Staff Network is a peer support network which believes that, in order for every individual to reach their full potential, there must be no fear of discrimination or prejudice and a belief that career opportunities or experience of work is not predetermined by religion.
Membership is open to all University of Leeds staff from a Muslim background, and those with a positive interest in driving forward religious equality within the University of Leeds as an inclusive employer.
Our aims are to:
Other Committee Members :
• Farhat Yaqoob (Muslim Chaplain)
• Ghazala Mir (Islamophobia)
• Paul Bagguley (Events)
• Manhal Ali (Social)
• Tajjamal Khan (IT)
• Salma Al Arefi (Intersectionality)
• Hassan Mudasir (Treasurer)
• Rizwan Nawaz (Sustainability)
• Nafisa Shafiq (Communications)
For more information about joining the Muslim Staff Network, contact: email@example.com
Date: Nov 15th, 12-1PM
About: The University of Leeds Muslim Staff Network (MSN) in collaboration with Office for National Statistics and the National Physics laboratory presents ‘Religious Diversity in the Workplace’. This session invites representatives from different UK institutions to share their experiences of supporting organisational and cultural change.
In our multi-cultural society, we regularly interact with people who have different religions, faiths, or non-religious core-beliefs. Unfortunately, UK culture has historically avoided talking about this topic, resulting in wide-spread misinformation, prejudice, and discrimination.
We will hear from: Maria Hussain, Lecturer Business Management and Co Chair of the MSN, University of Leeds, Steve Martin-Drury, Office of National Statistics and Sebastian Wood, National Physical Laboratory, and who will share their experiences of supporting organisational and cultural change.
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on December 15th, 2022