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Celebrating our 5 Years of the ATM

  We are five! It’s hard to believe that five years have elapsed since a small but committed group of individuals, sick to death that tribalism was tearing their home country of Somalia apart, met on a wet winter’s evening in West London to come up with a plan to raise awareness of the horrors…

Challenging Extremism; The Future is in our hands

After 26 years of intermittent civil war, Somalis know better than most the true cost of extremism and tribalism. With more than one million lives lost to violence, famine and poverty, the destruction caused by divisive politics is painfully obvious to see. For young Somalis, raised both in the Horn of Africa and within the…

Bayaan Shirkii Istanbul – November 2014

Mudadii u dhaxeysay 10-12 November 2014 ayaa waxaa ka dhacay magaalada Istanbul shirka Codadka loo qaanteenka ay isugu yimaadeen, Soomaali dalka gudihiisa iyo dibaddiisa isaga yimid oo ay ka mid ahaayeen Shiyuukh waaweyn oo Soomaaliyeed, xubno ka tirsan ururro haween iyo kuwo dhallinyaro, suxufiyiin iyo arday. Waxaa wehliyay aqoonyahano reer Al-Azhar ah iyo Ururka Muslimiinta…

Istanbul Conference Communique – November 2014

Communiqué The Credible Voices Conference was held in Istanbul, Turkey between 10th November 2014 to 13th November 2014, attended by religious scholars, women, academics, young people and representatives of all sections of Somali society.  The purpose of this conference was to discuss the root causes of violent extremism and tribalism and identify ways of tackling these dangerous…

Credible Voices – Press Release

ANTI-TRIBALISM MOVEMENT TO HOST ANTI-EXTREMISM CONFERENCE HIGH PROFILE VOICES FROM SOMALIA AND EAST AFRICA SET TO ATTEND London-based Anti-Tribalism Movement (ATM) is preparing to host a five-day anti-extremism conference in Istanbul from Monday 10 November. The conference will discuss the threats from Al-Shabaab and ISIL and how Somalis should respond to protect their communities from the groups’ warped ideologies. The conference sessions will feature a range of speakers who have the credibility to counter ISIL and Al-Shabaab’s messages. These include Somali and other East African scholars, Somali women, people who have been the victims of Al-Shabaab, and academics from Al-Azhar University in Cairo (the seat of Sunni Islamic thought).

ATM Reports

THE ATM REPORTS ATM Booklet – Maanta iyo Berri Nabadda iyo Dhalinyaradda Soomaaliyeed. Click below to read the full report (Is racism the new ‘normal’? Somali experience of hate crime in the UK) Hate Crime Report Nabad Youth Conference ATM convened a conference to debate and discuss how Somali youth in the UK can add…

K’Naan

K’Naan supports The Antitribalism Movement

Justine Greening meets Somali community to discuss development

Secretary of State for International Development Justine Greening met members of the UK’s Somali community to discuss Britain’s aid and development programmes. Ms Greening set out the government’s aim to create a more peaceful, stable and prosperous Somalia while listening to people’s opinions and concerns at the gathering in Ealing’s town hall on January 9.…

Major Somali trade event announced during meeting with London Somali community

  The UK will be holding a major trade and investment event aimed at supporting inward investment into Somalia. Foreign Office Minister for Africa Mark Simmonds, along with local MP Angie Bray, visited Ealing on 26 March to meet members of London’s Somali community to hear from young Somalis about their hopes and aspirations for…