NASIMCO is committed to doing its part in fostering inclusive communities to promote Canada’s value of respect and dignity of all.

In 2016, Mohamed A. Dewji, President of NASIMCO, signed the National Council of Canadian Muslims Charter for inclusive communities.  Amongst other things, the charter affirms that any form of racism and discrimination including Islamophobia has no place in Canadian society.

NASIMCO has also written letters to US and Canadian officials in response to acts of Islamophobia that were experienced and reported by our Jamaat members.

At the 2017 NASIMCO conference, media and public relations training was provided for all delegates. NASIMCO is committed to ensuring community members feel empowered and have a voice to speak out to make the world a better place.