Here’s a video of my opening talk from the Birmingham’s Muslims conference hosted at the University of Birmingham on 21st October last year. It’s really just an overview but hopefully you’ll find something of interest in it.
This is a piece for the University of Birmingham’s College of Social Sciences news page that was reworked from my earlier Huffington Post article. To read the original piece, click here. Tenth anniversary of 7/7 bombings The tenth anniversary of the 7/7 London terror attacks will rightly focus on the sheer horror of the day’s… Read More Comment: Tenth anniversary of 7/7 bombings – College of Social Sciences, University of Birmingham
Posted below is a short video of the participants from the “You Talk, They Listen Debate on Immigration” I participated in at the University of Birmingham on 27th April 2015. A short write up from the Guardian about the debate can also be found by clicking here.
Last week, on the 11th and 12th September 2014, I held an exhibition of my research from the past 15 years into the phenomenon of Islamophobia. Titled, “Islamophobia: from pavement to parliament” the exhibition was held at the University of Birmingham’s Think Corner pop-up space in the Pavilions Shopping Centre in Birmingham city centre. Over… Read More EXHIBITION: ‘Islamophobia – from pavement to parliament’ at Think Corner, Birmingham