The Muslim World Priority project was launched in 2013 to tackle critical issues facing Muslim communities in majority and minority situations including and especially internecine conflict, sectarianism, social cohesion and developing new and equitable social contracts between political and social players.
In addition to the Bodrum Declaration [LINK], which was a statement of intent for a non-sectarian, co-operative political future which came of out of the first meeting on Pakistan, the key documents upon which this project is based include the Amman Message [LINK], Charter 3:103[LINK]. Find out more about some of the countries and projects below.
If you would like UJN to set up a Muslim World Priority meeting and or project for your location, please contact us via the contact pages, and we will see if this is feasible.
As part of the Muslim World Priority project, UJN undertakes training workshops for leaders and activists. This includes workshops on Islam and human rights, decolonising the curriculum, decolonial histories and politics, creating forward momentum at times of crisis, and Islamic leadership.
Find some of the resources from these workshops here. If you would like UJN to undertake workshops in your locale, please contact us via the contact page.