Future Muslim leaders take part in UK summer school

Muslim delegates from across the world have been taking part in a two-week project designed to inspire future leaders. Eighty-six people have come together at the Mosaic International Summer School to take part in the project which has been supported by The Prince of Wales who spoke of his delight over the interest the school has created.

Sponsored by HSBC Bank Middle East Limited and developed in association with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the summer school will take place in various locations around the UK. The delegates will spend the first week in Cambridge taking part in daily sessions covering discussion topics including leadership in life, international community building, cultures and community and a session on environmental sustainability.

In the second week, the delegates will be divided into four groups where they will visit the cities of Birmingham, Bristol, London and Manchester spending time at key cultural and community centres including the British Muslim Heritage Centre in Manchester and the London 2012 Olympic site.