Producing an overall plan of infrastructure through Shura’ and official bodies – thus removing unnecessary bureaucracy.
Public meetings and visits to local residents to improve relations between the community and Masjid.
Involve youth in matters of Islam that concern them
Make people aware of the role of the Masjid and Committee
Show them the process of electing the committee members or imam
Electronic voting to elect committee – Two factors of apathy are time and cost of being involved in elections (Rational Choice Theory).
Source Dunleavy, Patrick (1991). "Democracy, Bureaucracy and Public Choice: Economic Models in Political Science" (London: Pearson)
Karl Marx Conflict theory – Conflict theory states that a society or organization functions so that each individual participant and its groups struggle to maximize their benefits, which inevitably contributes to social change such as changes in politics and revolutions.
Source: Otomar Jan Bartos (2002). Using Conflict Theory . Cambridge University Press
Introducing the Mosque in schools through “service learning programmes”. Some universities use service learning programmes to allow students to discuss in class what they have done. For example : A Class in Housing Policy whilst working in a homeless shelter.
Imams can provide further services like visiting homes just to see if families require further help breaking the gap between Imams and the public – thus be seen as people that are more approachable.
“ The mosques of Allah shall be visited and maintained by such as who believe in Allah and the Last Day, who establish regular prayers and pay the zakah and fear none but Allah. It is they who are on the true guidance”