We at eimams have teamed up with some of the most prominent scholars, intellectuals, professionals and artists. In this ever evolving world Muslims have excelled in many fronts some them such as scholars, intellectuals, professionals and artists. It’s our good fortunate that we are able to establish strong links and in doing so, we are able to give access to these very prominent individuals. Therefore, If you would like to request a speaker or an artist for your programmes or events then please complete the form below.
Michael Mumisa is a PhD candidate and Special Livingstone Scholar at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge. He was classically trained and earned an ‘Ijaza Alimiyya’ with distinction. He also holds a BA Honours degree (with distinction) and an MPhil research degree. He has lectured at the University of Birmingham, University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education, Newman University College in Birmingham, Markfield Institute in Leicestershire, the Centre for the Study of Muslim-Jewish Relations, and has taught and supervised undergraduates at the University of Cambridge. He is author of a number of studies in Islamic Law, Classical Arabic grammar, Hermeneutics, Theology and Philosophy. He is a regular broadcaster and commentator on radio and other media and he provides advice to BBC Drama and other TV programmes.
Dilwar is Chair of New Horizons in British Islam. He is also a Research Fellow at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, University of Coventry. Dilwar has worked in research, consultancy and training over the last 20 years, delivering contracts for the voluntary sector, private sector and various government departments around issues of religion, integration and identity. He is a Trustee of the Faith & Belief Forum (FBF) and was Trustee and Vice-Chair of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust until 2018.