KARAMAH’s Law and Leadership Summer Program (taking place in Washington DC) brings together a select group of Muslim women from around the world to learn from each other and from distinguished professors.Visit website
KARAMAH’s Law and Leadership Summer Program (taking place in Washington DC) brings together a select group of Muslim women from around the world to learn from each other and from distinguished professors. The program provides the participants with trainings on the topics of challenges facing Muslim women today and the Muslim women’s understanding of Islamic law, leadership, and conflict resolution. KARAMAH’s LLSP, participants gain the skills and understanding needed to aid them in leading movements that they are passionate about.
15 – 20 Muslim Women (ages 18+) are accepted to participate in KARAMAH’s LLSP. English proficiency is required.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Submit the application form, a resume, transcripts, and Statement of Intent to http://karamah.org/programs/law-leadership-summer-program/application-process or email LLSP@Karamah.org.Read more
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