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Islamic Education at Warwick

The Warwick Islamic Education Project is a pioneering initiative inspired by a shared transformative educational vision between the Muslim Community and University.
Our goals are as follows:
  • To establish Islamic Education as a rigorous interdisciplinary field of research and teaching that opens up professional development pathways for practitioners.
  • To empower Muslim communities across the UK, Europe and wider world through facilitating educational competence building, intercultural/interfaith dialogue and contributing to the public understanding of Islam within the wider society.
  • To encourage research-based reflective practice among the community of practitioners in Islamic Education including faith leaders, teachers, community and youth workers.

In the past foundational year, we’ve launched study programmes, begun developing a research strategy, and raised awareness about the project and fostered strong connections with the relevant national and international stakeholders.

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Thank you DCD Family Trust

None of our work would be possible without the support of the DCD Family Trust, whose generous donation helped us to establish a Readership in Islamic Education, and who we are enormously grateful to.