BIRMINGHAM’S MUSLIMS PROJECT
- PAPER 11 – British Muslims in Birmingham: Politics & Identity 2018
- PAPER 10 – Refuting Birmingham’s Muslims as ‘Problems’ 2017.
- PAPER 9 – Birmingham, Brexit & Belonging: Somali Heritage Families 2017.
- PAPER 8 – Missing Muslims: priorities for Birmingham 2017.
- PAPER 7- Reflections on a Definition of Islamophobia 2017.
- PAPER 6 – Youth Roundtable on Prevent and PVE 2017.
- PAPER 5 – Islamophobia in the city 2017.
- PAPER 4 – Operation Trojan Horse: an overview 2017.
- PAPER 3 – Birmingham’s Muslims in Socio-Economic Context 2017.
- PAPER 2 – Towards Shared Values 2017.
- PAPER 1 – Roundatble Consultation on Prevent and PVE 2017.
The Need to Disentangle Islamophobia from Extremism (Finsbury Park Mosque) December 2017.
Briefing Paper: Challenging the View that Birmingham and its Muslims are a ‘Problem’ – ESRC Festival of Social Science (Birmingham’s Muslims Paper No.10) November 2017
Manifestations of Intolerance against Muslims: public spaces, political narratives and media in the United Kingdom (10th Anniversary of OSCE’s Cordoba Conference and Declaration Vienna) October 2017.
Briefing Paper: Missing Muslims Report: Identifying the Priorities for Birmingham, (Birmingham’s Muslims Paper No.8) October 2017
Towards a Working Definition of Islamophobia (revised), June 2017.
Notes: “Radicalisation, the impact of counter-terrorism and counter-extremism measures on universities, and the challenge of protecting academic freedom of speech”, All Party Parliamentary University Group 23rd June 2015
“Maybe we are hated”: the experience and impact of anti-Muslim hate on British Muslim women, October 2013 (with Arshad Isakjee & Özlem Ögtem Young)
Supporting Peabody’s communities: a fresh approach to antisocial behaviour. London: Peabody Housing, 2013 (with Kathryn Farrow, Nathan Hughes, David Mullins & Özlem Ögtem Young).
The refugee health befriending network: an evaluation. London: Refugee Council, 2012 (with Arshad Isakjee & Özlem Ögtem Young).
“The Innocence of Muslims”: a briefing note on early research findings. Anti-Muslim Hatred Working Group. London: Department for Communities & Local Government, 2012.
Written evidence: summary conclusions & recommendations of the report of the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Anti-Semitism. Anti-Muslim Hatred Working Group. London: Department for Communities & Local Government, 2012.
Written evidence: scoping document on evidence base for anti-Muslim hatred. Anti-Muslim Hatred Working Group. London: Department for Communities & Local Government, 2012.
In pursuit of shared values: a worthy endeavour or waste of time? Birmingham: Birmingham Social Inclusion Panel, 2012 (with A. Isakjee)
Supporting frontline staff working with diverse communities to help prevent violent extremism. Birmingham: Ashram Housing, 2012 (with Arshad Isakjee).
Providing an own language telephone advice service (OLTAS): an independent evaluation. Birmingham: Refugee Council, 2011 (with Arshad Isakjee).
Written evidence on Islamophobia in the UK to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Islamophobia. All Party Parliamentary Group on Islamophobia, 2011.
‘A momentous occasion’: a report on the All Party Parliamentary Group on Islamophobia and its Secretariat. London: All Party Parliamentary Group on Islamophobia, 2011.
Reach in evaluation: building the concept of housing providers and refugee communities. London: HACT, 2011 (with Jenny Phillimore).
Engaging with workless displaced communities: understanding the experience of services users. Birmingham: Birmingham City Council, 2011 (with Arshad Isakjee).
Understanding the experience of learners on entry to employment youth programmes. Birmingham: TBG Learning, 2011 (with Özlem Ögtem Young).
‘Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate crime in the West Midlands’ in Lambert, R. & J. Githens-Mazier (eds.), Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate crime: UK case studies. Exeter: University of Exeter, 2010.
Policy focus: the Equalities Bill. Markfield: Policy Research Centre, 2010.
A report into Muslim women and theological understanding. London: Department for Communities & Local Government, 2010.
An overview of key Islamophobia research. London: National Association of Muslim Police, 2010.
Safer, stronger communities: considering the impact of population changes in the West Midlands. Birmingham: West Midlands Regional Observatory, 2009.
The ‘Religion or Belief’ Equality Strand in Law and Policy: Current Implications for Equalities & Human Rights. London: British Humanist Association, 2009.
‘A normal week: Islam and Muslims in the national press’ in INSTED (ed.) Islam and Muslims in the UK media: text, talk and imagery. London: Greater London Authority, 2007.
‘Fair justice: the Bradford disturbances, the sentencing and the impact’. London: Forum Against Islamophobia and Racism, 2003.
Summary Report on Islamophobia in the EU15 after 11 September 2001. Vienna: European Monitoring Centre for Racism and Xenophobia, 2002 (with Jorgen S. Nielsen).