By

Sadaf Ali
rly nights and autumn colours ushers us into the month of November.November also welcomes the return of Islamophobia Awareness Month, which began many years ago inThis 30-day campaign is used to raise public awareness of discrimination against Muslims currently insociety, challenging the lazy stereotyping of Muslim individuals in work and sports, encouraging betterreporting of incidents...
In our everyday hustle and bustle, life can get overwhelming and we can easily lose sight of what really matters for our aakhirah. In an evocative programme led by Sister Kiran Umm Talha, we get a wake up call of what our life will look back like on the Day when we face our dear...
During the last 12 months we have been thrown into a situation that was beyond belief. Something none of us could have ever anticipated or could have made up in our wildest dreams. The unimaginable; locked up at home for our safety, not allowed to go out, not allowed to see others. Not from humans...
Well, what a year it has been! It started with 15 sessions live from different venues and then we were blessed with a pandemic! The pandemic meant that we had to take our sessions online for the protection of our coaches and our participants. Something that has not been done before and this changed our...
International Women’s day was a day to celebrate the “social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.” This year, the campaign continues to forge for a gender equality world with its theme #choosetochallenge, to celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness against bias and take action for equality. MSA, in association with mend, ran the “Shattering the...
Since its inception in 2014, MSA has continuously been thriving to encourage BAME women to get active and into sports. Over the years we have organised activities such as boxing, pilates, running, football, and Modern Arnis to name just a few. We’ve always catered for women and their specific needs, such as running mother and...
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your team for providing me with the opportunity to gain a skill for life and tick one more thing off my bucket list. I grew up at a time where the local community would raise an eye brow (or two) if they saw a...
I’ve had this Couch to 5K goal for the last couple of years but I never really did anything about it apart from downloading the app! When I saw MSA advertise the challenge, I joined out of curiosity as to how it would work as a group when everyone lives in different areas with busy...
Melany is a teacher and a lifelong volunteer. Her workshop explored creativity impacting our wellbeing, celebrating our creativity in everyday life and engaging with other creative activities to increase our sense of wellbeing. Research indicates that taking part in creative activities help people to manage their emotions, build confidence and explore solutions to problems. A...
In this session, we discussed how as women we often neglect ourselves but as women, as mothers, carers, nurturers we need to take care of ourselves first before we can take care of others. So what does wellbeing mean and how can we achieve this? The 5 ways to well-being looks at five important ways...
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