This Mentor Course was the first of two part course in collaboration with The Muath Trust in Birmingham. The course was held in Birmingham on the 7th and 8th of May 2016. The course was attended by brothers and sisters from around the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Turkey and Spain.
This mentor course was held between 10th and 12th of June 2011 in Brussels, Belgium. The course was held in collaboration with the Al Sakha’a Foundation. Many seminars and lectures were held in several cities in Belgium with young second-generation Muslims and new Muslims.
This mentor course was held between the 22nd and 24th of April 2011 in Ukraine’s capital; Kiev at the Islamic Centre. Dr Jamal Badwai and Kathleen Naji were amongst other distinguished guests attending this year's course. The course featured a variety of lectures and workshops.
This training course was held between 27th of February and 11th of March 2010 in Kuwait. It was a part of the joint activities that are being tried by NEMA is with the Islam Presentation Committee in Kuwait. Dr Jamal El-Shaty, head of the Islam Presentation Committee, was amongst our guests.
A training session for mentors was held in the Netherlands alongside a series of courses held by NEMA in association with IANM to train new Muslim mentors across Europe. The aim of this workshop was to present the work that has been achieved in working with new Muslims in Europe.
This course was held between the 9th and 11th of October 2009 in Kiev, Ukraine with the support of the International Association of New Muslims (IANM) and Alraid foundation in Ukraine. This was an identical copy of Birmingham mentor course regarding the program and tasks.
This course was held on the 24th of January 2009 in Birmingham, UK for mentors from the United Kingdom. This course was a continuation of the first course with more focus on social problems associated with the transitional stage of becoming a Muslim.
This course was held on the 23rd and 24th of August 2008 in Birmingham, UK. The aim of this course was to train and qualify mentors specialised in dealing with new Muslims and to demonstrate a practical example on how to organise a mentor course that can be repeated in other European countries.