The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust was created as a charity in 2001. The Trust works out of the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre which is a partner in Archives+ and will be based in the Manchester Central Library from Spring 2014.
- Works with community groups to collect life histories, photographs and documents so that the community histories are not lost to the future.
- Supports teachers and student teachers to develop an anti-racist curriculum.
- Lends books and teaching materials that reflect the diversity in schools.
- Creates and publishes Black history resources for use in school and community settings.
- Publishes multicultural stories and biographies of Black British heroes that are written and illustrated by school-children.
- Organises events, exhibitions and activities to share knowledge of the contributions of BME communities to British history.
The Trust is grateful for core funding provided by Manchester City Council and the University of Manchester.
Registered charity: 1089257