The UK Ulamâ and Student’s Forum is a platform for engagement, discussion and training.
The UK Ulamâ and Student’s Forum (a project of the Ulamâ Training Centre) aims to open up discussion and to deliver training sessions on some of the most important and relevant developmental needs specific to Ulamâ today. The purpose is to enhance and empower young Ulamâ and Students of Deen to actively participate in social-community activities and to tackle the various challenges the Ummah is facing today. The Ulamâ Training Centre is the vehicle to structure and address lessons learnt, and then deliver some of these fundamental training requirements.
Forum is for both male and female delegates with segregated facilities
Mufti Abdul Waheed-
Each of the forum sessions will be delivered via PowerPoint with subsequent open discussion and group exercises. Handouts may be given in some sessions. It is hoped that the participants will find the sessions both beneficial, productive and most importantly, a means of building confidence, so as to empower and enrich.
Some of the areas that have been discussed in previous forums and will be addressed in future sessions are as follows, Inshâ-Allâh.
- Understanding Politics and the Role of Ulamâ
- Teacher Training
- Research Methodology
- Leadership Training
- Youth Work
- Contemporary Fiqh
Summary of Our Last Gathering
Counselling Muslims & The Fiqh of Organ Transplantation
Sunday, 11 May 2014 at 19:00
|7:20pm||Counselling Muslims-An Islamic PerspectiveProviding essential skills and techniques for the Ulamā when counselling Muslims undergoing severe depression||
|8:00pm||Introducing future courses for Students||
|8:05pm||Discussion on Organ Transplantation with Q & A session||
|8:45pm||Concluding speech by Shaykh Mufti Saiful Islām Sāhib||