To counter the oftentimes negative stereotypes/ignorance of African Heritage Peoples Circumstance Culture and History.
To initiate/participate promote positive/progressive service provision and activity if when and where it would be beneficial to diaspora ethnic minority communities.
To revise the role of the African Heritage People in the world’s great civilizations and to the contribution of Africa to the achievement of Human history in the Arts Sciences and Religion both ancient and contemporary.
To work in partnership with progressive organisations/charities and service providers for local Communities in London UK particularly Youth Engagement.
To promote the multi-cultural identity of African/British Heritage and Diaspora communities and to support progressive educational artistic expression as well as community cohesion.
To empower individuals/communities’ organisations through educational awareness workshops, activities, media and communication.
To highlight Academic as well as thoroughly researched articles, books and other forms of documentation which address the various issues impacting on Global African Heritage peoples.
Abdel Karim ‘Manni’ Ibrahim has several years’ experience as a Primary School Teacher Mentor for Young people Youth Family and Community engagement. He has worked for a number of Local Authorities across London as well as Community groups Organisations and Charities.
He has a passion for facilitating motivational as well as educational workshops/conferences/speeches covering a variety of contemporary issues in regards to young people family’s interfaith groups and Afro-Heritage History and Culture. His main ethos is to promote and facilitate Community cohesion through dialogue engagement and knowledge.
He is the principle organiser of the Salamat Festival one of his proudest achievements to date.
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