PREVENT & CHANEL:
- IHRC Response to Tackling Extremism in the UK: a government report ;2014 - On 4 December 2013, the UK government revealed its report Tackling Extremism in the UK, a report of the Prime Minister's Taskforce on Tackling Radicalisation and Extremism (TEUK). TEUK's provisions have been heavily criticised, and this briefing outlines some key concerns identified by IHRC.
- British Muslims – ‘The Suspect Community’? ;2013 - The government initiative Channel states its aims as ‘protecting vulnerable people from being drawn into terrorism.’ It is embedded within the Prevent strategy, one of the four main work streams of the overall UK strategy for Countering Terrorism, known as CONTEST. Louise de Menthon looks at the problems of Channel.
- Preventing Violent Extremism: Response by the Islamic Human Rights Commission To UK Government Consultation ;2009 - The Prevent strategy is doomed to fail in its objectives of preventing violent extremism unless and until it solves a number of inherent flaws.
- Whose Hearts and Minds? Contest 2 in Context ;2009 - This briefing seeks to provide an overview of the updated version of the ‘Counter-Terrorism Strategy of the United Kingdom
- You ONLY have the Right to Silence ;2006 - In a post the post 7-7 era, pressure on Muslims has increased in all spheres of life. A review of concerns regarding security discourse on Muslims on campus in Britian.
- IHRC response to: 'Preventing Extremism Together: Places of Worship' ;2005 - Submission by the IHRC to the Home Office in response to the consultation document 'Preventing Extremism Together: Places of Worship' of 6 October 2005.
Proposed Counter Terrorism and Security Bill: An Orwellian Possibility ;2015 - The Counter Terrorism and Security Bill was placed before parliament in November 2014. The Bill will introduce a raft of new measures to deal with terrorism and extremism in the UK. It is IHRC's view that the current proposal is part of a long history of using legislation to target and criminalise the Muslim community.
Countering Terror or Counter-Productive? Comparing Irish and Muslim Experiences of Counter-insurgency Law and Policy ;2010 - This report is a record of, and reflection on, two days of discussions that took place in Belfast in June 2009 between a group of Irish human rights and community activists and political ex-prisoners, ... and representatives of a number of Muslim groups working on similar issues today.
Section 44: Causes of Concern ;2008 - Submission by the Islamic Human Rights Commission to the Home Office in response to the consultation document 'Section 44'.