Major Conference in Bristol: “Islamophobia: Its Impact on Social Cohesion”

Major Conference in Bristol: “Islamophobia: Its Impact on Social Cohesion”

Bristol Muslim Cultural Society (BMCS) in partnership with The Asian History Project will be holding a conference in December of this year the theme of which being: ‘Islamophobia: It’s Impact on Social Inclusion’. The conference will be aimed at professionals in media, employment, education and social policy and will feature speakers from around the UK with expertise in the above four areas.

To participate as a delegate at the conference, which will run from 10:30am – 3:30pm on Thursday 15th December 2005 at the Council House, College Green in Bristol, please contact Ms. Shereen Firdaus Binte Aziz.

There is a nominal booking fee of £10. Refreshments and lunch are provided at the conference.

This will be a major event for Bristol, in line with BMCS’s social cohesion strategy for the local Muslim community and therefore we very much hope that you will be available to lend your support. Your presence at the conference will demonstrate a commitment to eradicating Islamophobia and maintaining cohesive communities in the city.

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Speakers include Yvonne Ridley (Islam Channel), Beena Faridi (Islamic Human Rights Commission), Mohammed Evans, Yahya Birt, Professor Tariq Modood.

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