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ICQ Community Update & AGM
20 November 2016
Agenda
 10:45 ICQ President’s Welcome
 10:50 Quran Recitation, Opening Remarks & Prayer
 11:00 ICQ President’s Report
...
Quran Recitation,
Opening Remarks & Prayer
Imam Akram Buksh
ICQ President’s Speech
Ismail Cajee
The need for a peak body
 Very complex needs and challenges today
 Islam is now a feature in the global political
debate...
ICQ Objectives
 Be a peak body which creates
opportunities for QLD Muslims to thrive
and excel in every aspect of their l...
ICQ Roles
 Advocacy
 Represent issues which matter to the Muslim
community to government, media and regulatory
authoriti...
ICQ Successes
 Established a Brand name
 Served our members
 Served & Advocated for the Muslim
Community (incl disadvan...
ICQ Challenges
 Operational workload – we need more
people!
 Building commercial sustainability of ICQ –
paid employees ...
ICQ Plan for the Future
 Establish ICQ as a peak organisation
 Allow people to join ICQ on the basis of
Merit, Influence...
ICQ Activities
Ali Kadri & Fahim Khondaker
ICQ Activities 2015/2016
3,000+Volunteer Hours
416Full time Days
So what have we done?
ICQ Activities 2015/2016
 Advocacy & Diplomacy
Media
Government & Regulatory
Authorities
Friends & Partners
Media
236 Google News Search Results
 Average 2 Per Week
Positive
Viral
Relationships
Quick
Consistent
Media
And social
media…
Government & Regulatory
Authorities
 Parliamentary submissions – Counter-terrorism Legislation &
Citizenship bill
 Socia...
Friends & Partners
 Church Leaders
 Islamic Shia Council
 Jewish Community
 BRAQA & QRC (Brisbane Rohingya Community)
...
ICQ Activities 2015/2016
 Operations
Community & Member Services
Training
Events
Community Services & Support
 Youth Work
 Sense of belonging & support
 Legal Support
 Halfway house
 Internships
 S...
Brighter Future Collective
 Purpose – ICQ’s delivery arm for a national settlement program funded
by the Federal Governme...
Training
 QPS
 AFP
 ABF
 DSS
 Refugee Camps
 Correctional Services
 Courier Mail
Events
 Eid Down Under
 Eidgah
 ICQ Strategic Forum
 White Ribbon Day
 Parliamentary Presentation
 Mosque Open Days
...
Succession Planning
 Volunteer Search
 Mentoring Competition
Ali and Fahim searching for 10 young
mentees each
Provide...
Lunch
Followed by
Members’ Meeting & Elections
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Islamic Council of QLD 2015-16 AGM Slides

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Summary of key activities undertaken by the Islamic Council of Queensland in the 2015 and 2016 calendar years.

The Islamic Council of Queensland (ICQ) is the peak umbrella body which represents the interests of Muslims in Queensland. ICQ represents numerous organisations and mosques across approximately ten Queensland cities, which stretch from Brisbane and the Gold Coast to Cairns in North Queensland.

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Islamic Council of QLD 2015-16 AGM Slides

  1. 1. ICQ Community Update & AGM 20 November 2016
  2. 2. Agenda  10:45 ICQ President’s Welcome  10:50 Quran Recitation, Opening Remarks & Prayer  11:00 ICQ President’s Report  11:30 ICQ Activities Presentation  12:00 Q&A  12:30 Lunch and Zuhr  1:15 Members Meeting & Elections  2:00 Members Meeting Close
  3. 3. Quran Recitation, Opening Remarks & Prayer Imam Akram Buksh
  4. 4. ICQ President’s Speech Ismail Cajee
  5. 5. The need for a peak body  Very complex needs and challenges today  Islam is now a feature in the global political debate  We need an avenue to communicate a strong message of positivity  We need to promote the excellence of Muslims  We need to create opportunities for young Muslims to succeed  Our future generations are dependant on us
  6. 6. ICQ Objectives  Be a peak body which creates opportunities for QLD Muslims to thrive and excel in every aspect of their lives Specific focus on young Muslims and future generations We need to work together
  7. 7. ICQ Roles  Advocacy  Represent issues which matter to the Muslim community to government, media and regulatory authorities  Operations  Assist members, hosting of events, halal certification and general governance  Diplomacy  Build relationships with and between organisations – Muslim & Non Muslim
  8. 8. ICQ Successes  Established a Brand name  Served our members  Served & Advocated for the Muslim Community (incl disadvantaged youth)
  9. 9. ICQ Challenges  Operational workload – we need more people!  Building commercial sustainability of ICQ – paid employees and funded projects  Succession planning  Communicating benefits and opportunities when working with ICQ  Muslim Community support and faith in ICQ Brand since 2014
  10. 10. ICQ Plan for the Future  Establish ICQ as a peak organisation  Allow people to join ICQ on the basis of Merit, Influence and willingness to work hard  Work with all Muslim organisations – open, collaborative, approach
  11. 11. ICQ Activities Ali Kadri & Fahim Khondaker
  12. 12. ICQ Activities 2015/2016 3,000+Volunteer Hours 416Full time Days So what have we done?
  13. 13. ICQ Activities 2015/2016  Advocacy & Diplomacy Media Government & Regulatory Authorities Friends & Partners
  14. 14. Media 236 Google News Search Results  Average 2 Per Week Positive Viral Relationships Quick Consistent
  15. 15. Media And social media…
  16. 16. Government & Regulatory Authorities  Parliamentary submissions – Counter-terrorism Legislation & Citizenship bill  Social harmony, Racial Discrimination & Counter-terrorism  Prisoner Rights  Refugees & Asylum Seeker Policy  Department of Education  Council Approvals (Cemeteries, Permits, DAs)  General Information & Awareness  Economic Opportunities  Committee Appointments
  17. 17. Friends & Partners  Church Leaders  Islamic Shia Council  Jewish Community  BRAQA & QRC (Brisbane Rohingya Community)  ADCQ, MAQ & Youth Justice Services  National Press Council  MDA  Welcome to Australia  Crescent Institute  Cricket Australia  NRL
  18. 18. ICQ Activities 2015/2016  Operations Community & Member Services Training Events
  19. 19. Community Services & Support  Youth Work  Sense of belonging & support  Legal Support  Halfway house  Internships  Support for ICQ Members  Administrative, Regulatory & Public Relations  Support via ICQ Members (E.g. MCF, IWAQ, MFS and Mosques)  Halal Certification  Brighter Future Collective
  20. 20. Brighter Future Collective  Purpose – ICQ’s delivery arm for a national settlement program funded by the Federal Government  Target audience – young migrants (humanitarian intake & non)  Outcomes sought: Education Theology Employment SportTraining Sustainable Business Civic Engagement Gov’t & ICQ Outcomes ICQ Outcomes
  21. 21. Training  QPS  AFP  ABF  DSS  Refugee Camps  Correctional Services  Courier Mail
  22. 22. Events  Eid Down Under  Eidgah  ICQ Strategic Forum  White Ribbon Day  Parliamentary Presentation  Mosque Open Days  Community Iftaar Dinners & HSP Dinners  Community Development Series  Rallies, Vigils, Etc.
  23. 23. Succession Planning  Volunteer Search  Mentoring Competition Ali and Fahim searching for 10 young mentees each Provide platforms for youth to succeed
  24. 24. Lunch Followed by Members’ Meeting & Elections

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