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Anasayfa Dünya The Muslim Heritage Awareness Group (MHAG)

The Muslim Heritage Awareness Group (MHAG)

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The Muslim Heritage Awareness Group (MHAG)

The Muslim Heritage Awareness Group is a network of Muslim and non-Muslim academics experts and public figures associated with FSTC who believe in its noble mission. The network holds regular meetings, mainly at the Royal Society in London, on pre-defined themes that guide and inform the subsequent work of FSTC.
The main functions of MHAG currently include:

1. Profile-building of Muslim heritage themes and FSTC content through:

  • Lectures and seminars
  • Peer Reviewing
  • Brain storming
  • Campaigning
  • Public Relations & Marketing
  • Lobbying
  • Networking
  • Press packs
  • Resource development

2. Gaining new material through:

  • Inviting academics who have conducted or are conducting research into Muslim heritage and are connected with potential sponsors and young research scholars.
  • Commissioning these experts to provide specialist consultancy, new material and editorial assistance for MuslimHeritage.com.

3. Building academic alliances and partnerships through:

  • Developing and maintaining UK and international academic links.
  • Building both online and offline strategic partnerships.
  • Establishing university departments of Muslim heritage research.
  • Recommending steps to improve the governance and organisation of FSTC.

Each MHAG meeting is on a different theme and usually comprises four presentations from experts, each of 20 minutes. This is followed by a business meeting including the special advisors.

The Muslim Heritage Awareness Group (MHAG)


Examples of recent meetings include:

  • Social Media, Royal Society, London, 24 March 2009
  • The Environment and Muslim Heritage, Royal Society, London, 14 July 2009
  • Curriculum Enrichment for the Common Era (CE4CE), Royal Society, London, 30 September 2009. (This meeting launched a new FSTC subsidiary company, Curriculum Enrichment Limited).

In October 2010, the Muslim Heritage Awareness Network Turkey (MHANT) was established during the 1001 Inventions exhibition in Istanbul. It is hoped that similar networks and groups will be established in other countries.

Muslim Heritage Awareness Network Turkey (MHANT)