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British Muslims' Expectations of the Government

Collection by IHRC Publications

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Artwork by Ibrahim Sadikovic

IHRC Publications
The groundbreaking first volume of the BMEG series British Muslims, Citizenship, Islam

Dual Citizenship: British, Islamic or Both? — Obligation, Recognition, Respect and Belonging

A report by Saied Reza Ameli and Arzu Merali for the Islamic Human Rights Commission.

What are Muslim experiences of Islamophobia, and how have they changed? British Muslims

Social Discrimination: Across the Muslim Divide

A report by Saied R. Ameli, Manzur Elahi, and Arzu Merali for the Islamic Human Rights Commission. Download from this page.

A look at the issue of Muslim schooling and dual educational space British Muslims, Islam, Education, Space, School, Floor Space, Onderwijs, Learning, Spaces

Secular or Islamic? What Schools do British Muslims Want for their Children?

A report by Saied R. Ameli, Aliya Azam, and Arzu Merali for the Islamic Human Rights Commission.

Hijab, Meaning, Identity, Otherization and Politics: British Muslim Women British Muslims, Muslim Women, Human Rights, Meant To Be, Identity, Politics, Book Covers, Personal Identity, Cover Books

Hijab, Meaning, Identity, Otherization and Politics: British Muslim Women

A report by Saied R. Ameli and Arzu Merali for the Islamic Human Rights Commission. Publication date: 26th January 2006, ISBN 1-903718-26-0

The sixth volume in the series looks at the role of media in demonising groups. British Muslims

‘The British Media and Muslim Representation: The Ideology of Demonisation’

A report by Saied R. Ameli, Syed Mohammed Marandi, Sameera Ahmed, Seyfeddin Kara and Arzu Merali