In addition to the regular activities and support we give our women and their families, Al-Hasaniya also holds regular events to promote our work, our cultural heritage and to empower our women and ensure their voices are heard.
Go Golborne is a local campaign led by the Council that’s all about supporting children and families to eat well, keep active and feel good. Al Hasaniya is proud to participate in educating children and their families on healthy eating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
As part of the Nour Festival 2016, contemporary Middle Eastern and North African arts and culture, enjoy an evening with rising star Fatima-Zohra El Qortobi.
In todays troubled world and the focus on mainly the Muslima and Arab community, we feel it is vital to share our cultural heritage and educate people about our history, music and share our heritage for a better, well integrated and cohesive society.
Showcasing the multi-cultural heritage of Morocco, this evening of classical Arabic-Andalusian music, Jewish and Berber music is a UK premiere in partnership with le conseil de communauté Marocaine à l’étranger (CCME) and Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Project Ltd.
Eid is a celebration at the end of the holy month of Ramadan and we were honoured to have been invited by London's Mayor to participate in the annual celebration of Eid in the Square, where we celebrated with people from all walks of life and introduced them to Moroccan culture through traditional music and clothes.
We were honoured by Councillor Robert Freeman's visit to Al Hasaniya Centre, where he met some of our service users. Councillor Freeman discussed with the women some of their concerns about the local area and how to tackle them.