Hundreds of young Muslims will attend an anti-terrorism camp aimed at encouraging them away from extremism.
The three-day event, called Al-Hidayah 2017, takes place at Keele University in Staffordshire.
Organiser Minhaj-ul-Quran UK says it will address misconceptions about Islam used to radicalise young British Muslims.
The event is particularly pertinent after the terror attacks in Manchester, London and Barcelona, it added.
Leading academics will give speeches to attendees, some as young as 14, rejecting the ideology that led to the rise of so-called Islamic State.