Abdul Siddique is a qualified Social Worker, Community Cohesion expert, trainer and Certified Muslim chaplain. He has Years’ of experience working with BAME communities within multi-agency public and private settings. He is a Home office approved intervention provider working on the government’s channel programme.
Abdul has grass-root social, and youth work experience with particular interests in deprived, disadvantaged, hard to reach immigrant and asylum communities. He has experience with engaging with BAME communities, particularly those of south-Asian Muslim origin. He has particular experience and expertise in community cohesion research, related teaching, training, representation and contribution to the advancement of social inclusion and inter-faith, cultural relations across the public, private and third sector spectrum.