Rizwan Hussain is a presenter on the popular children’s programme ‘National Qir’at Competition.
An experienced and dynamic presenter with UK’s first English language Muslim Channel, he started his media career some 12 years ago with the likes of BBC, Channel 4, and more recently as an entertainment presenter on ATN Global. His move to Islam Channel came in August of 2005 after being approached by channel insiders to write new programme concepts for the channel. Currently he plays an active role in the channel as Presenter, Producer and Documentary / short films director.
In the last two years he has become a nationally and internationally renowned and recognised as a presenter with a large following.
Rizwan Hussain actively campaigned to raise funds for the Earthquake in Pakistan and other noble causes such as Interpal a children’s charity for the children of Palestine, Muslim Aid, Muslim Hands, Helping Hands, Islamic Relief and many more Muslim charity organisations.
By profession and practice, Rizwan Hussain is a Lecturer of Law who has also worked in a professional capacity as a Human Rights Lawyer for the Home Office. His career so far includes working as a Lecturer of Laws, Police Officer, Journalist, Actor and Singer.
His subject specialism is Law and Education and he has actively served as an elected governor of schools in Leicestershire since the age of 18. His current subject of interest is based on his active study of Tafseer and developmental focus of children through Islamic education.