Welcome to The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust
Organising local history projects that document the experiences of minority communities in Manchester.
Lending boxes of resources on free loan to school and community group borrowers.
Creating books and teaching materials that celebrate cultural diversity and the creativity of local children.
Organising conferences for young people on race-related themes.
Providing practical support to schools developing anti-racist curriculum.
The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust was created in 2001.
It grew out of the work of the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre, founded in Manchester in 1999.
The Trust aims to work with educators to foster an anti-racist educational culture by:
Resources used and produced by the Education Trust can be found at the:
Latest Publications, Projects and Events:
Why Black History is important! - Support Operation Black Vote's campaign to keep Mary Seacole in the curriculum, and find out more about our work to bring the stories of British Black Heroes into schools and colleges.
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