Introducing Mr Tai; special guest speaker at Charlie Hebdo

It is a great pleasure to introduce Mr Kaushar Tai as a guest speaker at next week’s Charlie Hebdo event in Walsall. 

Kaushar Tai one of Britain’s most recognised and experienced Muslim consultants on Islam, interfaith and race relations, and has been invited to host his courses on Islam and culture clashes across the world, including USA, Canada, Sweden and India.

Through tightly organised enquiry, the Cooperative Learning session Charlie Hebdo & Islam; effectively handling controversy and FBV will push to the extreme the practical classroom implementation  safeguarding, actively promoting British Values, community cohesion, and SMSC without compromising subject knowledge and open debate.

Following the session, Kaushar will be able to answer your in-depth questions on statutory requirements related to these areas, Islam, and Muslim culture.




About Kaushar

Over the years, Kaushar has delivered various training courses to Private and Public Sector professionals working across various Local and National Government Departments and the NHS and is active in Muslim/Christian dialogue and champions inter-faith working.
Until recently he was the Co-Chairman of North Kirklees Inter-faith Council; a membership of all faith communities and people with no-faith, working together to achieve common goals and striving to achieve strong community cohesion.

He has served as a Non-Executive Director on the Dewsbury College Board and as a Lay member at the Employment Tribunal in Leeds and a Special Member hearing race and religious discrimination cases.

He is the founder member and Director of Aksaa Ltd.


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