Inspire is a counter-extremism and human rights organisation which seeks to address inequalities facing British Muslim women.  We empower women to challenge hatred, extremism and gender discrimination.  By empowering women, Inspire aims to create positive social change resulting in a more democratic, peaceful and fairer Britain.  Women are key to the development and prosperity of any society; Inspire believes that Muslim women are no different and are capable of being at the forefront of strengthening communities as well as tackling problems both within Britain and internationally.

We provide a number of different services including consultancy, training and development, publications, delivery of campaigns and the creation of local women’s networks. We manage projects on a local, national and international level focusing on empowering Muslim women, strengthening community cohesion, preventing all forms of extremism, enhancing gender equality and promoting human rights.

To learn more about Inspire watch our video here.

Latest News:

Inspire Ramadan Appeal "Charity begins at home."

Monday 30 June 2014, 12:30

The Prophet Muhammad famously said "charity begins at home." Investing in Inspire is investing in women, our children and in our communities. In the blessed month of Ramadan please support our work in challenging gender based discrimination and violence by donating to us.

Killing of a woman in Colchester may have been religiously motivated

Wednesday 18 June 2014, 19:43

Inspire statement: The murder of a university student in Colchester, Essex on the morning of 17th June 2014 is being investigated as a possible religious hate crime.

Recent blog posts:

Trojan Horse plot. We must not excuse bigots on the grounds that they are Muslim

Tuesday 29 July 2014, 14:49

Bigotry is bigotry, whether it’s religious or not. As a Muslim, I object to hardliners and apologists who try to excuse bigotry on the grounds that it’s “Islamic.”
Written for The Telegraph.

How women can help discourage loved ones from travelling to and fighting in Syria by raising awareness of the dangers

Thursday 24 April 2014, 13:01

Written for the Bristol Post, Kalsoom argues why we need to raise awareness about the dangers of getting involved in the conflict and how Muslim women can play a key role in helping to safeguard young people.

Donate to Inspire

Inspire is a not for profit organisation. We deliver programmes empowering communities to counter extremism and campaign for women's rights within Muslim communities. Please support us by donating below. Your generosity and support is needed to allow the crucial work of Inspire to continue. Thank you.

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