November marks Islamophobia Awareness Month. Philippa Humphreys explains what IAM represents and why it’s important.
A phrase that is still underlined with red dots when you type it in on Word, Islamophobia is still very much in its beginner phase of becoming a well-known and understood phenomenon. Following reports of […]
A presentation on Islamophobia was hosted by MEND (Muslim Engagement & Development) on Wednesday evening. The presentation was given by Abla Klaa, BME student campaigns coordinator at the Union. In the presentation, Klaa pointed to […]
This September, the government passed ‘the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act’: a strategy designed to ensure that teachers, professors, and academics now have a statutory duty to notice and report signs of so-called ‘non-violent extremism’. But […]
Co-founder of the Quilliam Foundation, an organisation that challenges extremism, sharp-suited Maajid Nawaz is now worlds away from the torture facilities of Mubarak’s Egypt, where he found himself incarcerated in 2002 for his work with […]