Birmingham City Chief Executive Visits KIKIT

Birmingham City Chief Executive Mark Rogers visited the KIKIT Pathways to Recovery drop in centre to take part in the open day, along with Chief Superintendent Richard Moore and Head of Equalities and Social Cohesion Mashuq Ally.

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Muslim Recovery Network

KIKIT Pathways to Recovery CIC have developed and set up the first Muslim Recovery Network. The Muslim Recovery Network is a…

Diversity in Recovery Programme

To compliment the CGL (ChangeGrowLive) Foundations of Recovery programme and to ensure that people’s access to…

Social Media Chiefs Must Do More To Fight Terror

Social media channels such as YouTube must do more to ban videos from hate preachers to stop young people being…
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