The events are run in collaboration with a number of other societies and departments on campus. Get involved in a creative workshop, listen to a spoken word poetry night, learn about Muslim women's liberation, or join in as various speakers shed light on the values and morals of Islam during live discussions.
The full programme is below:
- Beginners Arabic Calligraphy Workshop in collaboration with LU Arts: 2 March, 4pm-6pm, G006 G Block
- 1 Mission: The prophets in the Bible, Torah and Quran: 4 March, 6.30pm, D201 James France
- Try on a hijab stall in collaboration with the Ethnic Minorities Network, Femsoc and the Loughborough Women’s Network: 8 March 12pm, The Atrium, EHB
- Women in Islam: Oppressing or Liberating? In collaboration with the Ethnic Minorities Network, Femsoc and the Loughborough Women’s Network: 8 March, 6.30pm, EHB002 Edward Herbert
- Spoken Word Poetry Night in collaboration with LU Arts: 11 March, 6.30pm, Online
- Misconceptions of Islam: 15 March, 6.30pm, EHB002 Edward Herbert
Afreen Fazil, Chair of the Islamic Society said: “Learning about Islam is an enlightening and interesting experience. We hope to show the true beauty of Islam and correct common misconceptions and propaganda associated with Islamic communities.”
More information on the Loughborough Islamic Society is available here.