Testimonials

CPPP sometimes appears in the media to share our expertise on combatting religion-based extremism and building cohesion and cooperation among the UK’s diverse communities.

Elizabeth Bowen JP

Elizabeth Bowen JP

Deputy Leader NCC
Chairman SNCA
County Councillor
BSC(hons) MCIPD, JP

The Centre for Policy Promotion & Prevention is a brilliant idea to inspire the youth and the children from all backgrounds to help build a stronger Britain together. I wish them all the best.

Ansar Ahmed Ullah

Nirmul Committee activist
United Kingdom

I am pleased to learn of a new website of CPPP (Centre for Policy Promotion and Prevention) being launched. With the recent attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand and Sri Lanka driven by violent extremist narrative it’s high time these narratives were challenged. As most grooming takes place online & on social media, I do hope CPPP’s website will be an online tool to counter extremist ideology.

Ansar Ahmed Ullah
Dr Hiten Vyas

Dr Hiten Vyas

Changemaker Hub,
University of Northampton.

The Centre for Policy Promotion and Prevention is doing vital work through its training and education programmes on the risks of radicalisation and developing cohesion between different communities. Through its innate understanding of Muslim communities and their needs, it is uniquely placed to intervene with tailored programmes for their intended audiences.

Mrs Neelam Aggarwal Singh MBE, DL, JP

Deputy Lieutenant, Northamptonshire

Chairperson, IHWO

The CPPP is an institution that seeks to champion interfaith cohesion and multi-community integration in the UK. Their plans to build stronger communities in order to build a stronger Britain are very inspiring and I look forward to seeing the positive impact, that this project has real potential to create. I wish them every success.

Mrs Neelam Aggarwal Singh MBE, DL, JP
M. Zulqar Nain

M. Zulqar Nain

Deputy High Commissioner of the People's  Republic of Bangladesh

Compassion and commitments are the basic tenets of The Centre for Policy Promotion and Prevention which renders wide range of services with humility for all the communities, and Bangladeshi diaspora in particular. 

The Centre is perhaps one of the pioneering NGOs that routinely address the importances of social integration & community cohesion for the enhanced role in enriching  British society. It is also proactive in multi faceted works in the areas of media and press related services. 

We feel very proud to support their works to help build a pluralistic Great Britain.

Dr John Craggs MBE, DL

Deputy Lord Lieutenant, West Midlands 

It has been a pleasure getting to know Imran Chowdhury from the CPPP over the past few months and I have been much impressed by his commitment to build bridges between those with a Bangladeshi heritage and the local communities.  This can only help community cohesion.  He has an impressive knowledge of members of the Bangladeshi community in the West Midlands and has been most helpful in introducing me to many people. I look forward to continuing our fruitful relationship.

Dr John Craggs  MBE, DL
Duncan Bartlett

Duncan Bartlett

Editor, Asian Affairs 

CPPP is focussing on important work which has the potential to make a huge difference to people's lives. I am impressed by its commitment to reach out to groups which are sometimes ignored by other NGOs and to work in partnership with local authorities and statutory bodies. The CPPP's work is especially important as the UK faces social disruption caused by coronavirus and faces up to particular problems among certain ethnic communities.