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Partnerships

Who we work with

International Learning Movement (ILM UK) works with many Non-Governmental Organisations and recognised leading charities throughout the world. 

Our influence is gaining momentum through our mission to help alleviate poverty, support sustainable change and to continue to work with others for the better good. This enables us to expand our services, our impact and our global reach.


One of our key partners is the British Council; they build partnerships between UK higher education institutions and other countries, and support the exchange and mobility of academics, scholars and students.

They also contribute to the development of a global academic community by providing international networks and platforms to discuss higher education and by promoting innovative research. They support policy and practice in the UK and internationally through their market analysis, research and intelligence.

They have been supporting sustainable change and helping to improve people’s lives in South Asia for over 60 years. 

Their experience in this ever-changing region has led to powerful relationships on the ground, valuable high-level networks and a sensitive understanding of the local situation.

Another prominent partner charity is the renowned Muslim Hands, formed in 1993 to support the unfortunate people living in Bosnia at the time of the Bosnian War.

Based in Nottingham, the charity has quickly grown into an international agency and NGO from its grass roots and as such, responded to several ‘headline’ hitting emergencies offering disaster relief and separately, they establish long term projects including the construction of schools, the design build and implementation of healthcare clinics and the development of worldwide ‘livelihood’ projects.

Working in over 50 countries with permanent field offices in 30 locations we are delighted to work with Muslim Hands to distribute aid in an effective, efficient and transparent manner wherever and whenever required.

“Inspired by faith, devoted to humanity”.

Motivated by their faith, Muslim Charity seeks a world of hope, tolerance and social justice where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity. For almost two decades, they have been delivering aid and development programmes to transform the lives of the world’s most vulnerable communities. ILM UK represent Muslim Charity throughout India acting as their representatives for a wide spectrum of projects and community development schemes. Muslim Charity serve the poor and impoverished as a demonstration of God’s unconditional love for all people regardless of race, religion or gender.

London Fatwa Council is a non-profit, voluntary organisation, established by Shaykh Mohammad Yazdani Raza (Misbahi) in 2009. The Council offers legal advice and counselling in accordance with Islamic law. It acts as a voice for women silenced by violent, abusive and forced marriages; empowering them to achieve freedom and justice from their oppressive situations.

Furthermore, as a recognised, decision making authority for the Muslim community, the Council offers advice on issues that affect their daily lives. Their advisory panel, made up of prominent Islamic Jurists deal with a wide range of cases undertaken by the Council.

London Fatwa Council is continuing to build on its interfaith work, by fostering and encouraging dialogue and cohesion within the diverse London Borough of Barnet and the wider community. It has fast become a prominent think-tank through its deep collaboration and engagement with all sectors of society, ranging from local businesses, schools and organisations including the Home Office, for which London Fatwa Council is a regular point of contact.

 


We operate in partnership with the major UK charity Penny Appeal. Their way of affording charity is simple - they take small change and make a huge difference with it! Their unique approach makes charitable giving affordable and rewarding, and allows them to transform lives in ways that cost just a few pennies each day.

They operate in over 30 crisis-hit countries worldwide building wells, caring for orphans, delivering urgent medical aid and healthcare, providing nutritious meals, opening schools, orphanages, mosques and caring for the elderly. ILM UK is proud to partner Penny Appeal throughout South Asia.


We also work with prominent Muslim Charity - Muslim Global Relief, a UK based charity and development organisation. They believe in the development of small-scale projects in local areas that make a big difference to the lives of the local villagers. They create sustainable development solutions including the provision of safe water, sanitation and run livelihood projects for rural communities. They also focus upon development projects aimed at alleviating poverty and promoting social integration & inclusion. 

Muslim Global Relief has been successfully providing aid throughout developing countries for over fifteen years.

 

“Help us give people the confidence to participate in their own development”.

A truly grassroots initiative, a spate of international disasters provided the impetus for the group to launch into its work. Despite limited resources, the determination and commitment was such that shortly after its official launch the charity was able to play a significant role in the delivery of aid and assistance after major crises like the Pacific Ocean Tsunami, the Bam Earthquake, the Pakistan Earthquake and the Nepal Earthquake. Islamic Help has maintained its unique grassroots and community-led ethos allowing it to engage with, and engage the services of the UK community so as to make a real difference to the lives of those in need. ILM UK represent Islamic Help throughout India and Nepal coordinating their numerous projects including Qurbani assistance and food distribution.

 

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