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ABOUT US

The Muslim Professional Forum (MPF) is an independent and non-profit organisation for Professionals. Founded in 2008, we welcome professionals from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds and those who are willing to support the progression of the Muslim community through intellectual dialogue. Since inception the MPF has been working to achieve its objectives by motivating and encouraging professionals to apply their professional skills for the benefit of their communities.

The members of the organisation believe that effective discourse within communities, engaging and sharing experiences with others, is one of the best ways forward to address certain social and cultural challenges which we are facing in today’s pluralist Britain. The MPF aims to work against Islamophobic and racist attitudes, religious extremism, racial discrimination, crime and disorder, domestic violence and violation of human rights. At the same time, it aims to promote public decency in order to establish a just and tolerant society and uphold justice, rule of law, community cohesion and religious harmony.

MPF is committed to working in partnership with other Muslim groups, professional bodies and voluntary organisations. MPF endeavours to enable other groups to come together and have a platform whereby they can share ideas, expertise and exchange opinions freely and help to eliminate some of the problems faced by migrant communities here in the UK.

Our Aims and Objectives

  1. To build a common platform for professionals and to promote ethical values and understanding.
  2. To enjoy, achieve and learn the Muslim way of life and cultural heritage through open and intellectual engagement.
  3. To provide and facilitate structured training to young people and professionals; acknowledge and conceptualise intellectual challenges and enhance their professional careers and skills.
  4. To promote dialogue, equality and justice and the ethos of peaceful coexistence among cultures, ideas and people.
  5. To organise seminars, symposiums, round table discussion on topical issues and cultural events and to publish articles and periodicals.
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