WHEN: Friday, 30 November from 9am – 2pm
WHERE: Central London
The Counter-Islamophobia Kit project documents and critically analyses dominant Islamophobic narratives in operation, and also counter-Islamophobia narratives and related best practices employed in eight EU member states (Belgium, the UK, France, Germany, Hungary, Greece, Portugal, and the Czech Republic) in order to produce the Counter Islamophobia Kit. The project is led by the University of Leeds, University of Liège (Belgium), Charles University (Czech Republic), Central European University (Hungary), University of Coimbra (Portugal), Alba Graduate Business School (Greece) and Islamic Human Rights Commission (UK).
This Toolkit identifies and postulates narratives, arguments, strategies and actions that will be able to directly counter Islamophobia and set guidelines on best practice aimed at countering this form of racism.
Participation is free of charge, and refreshments will be available.
For more information, please visit: https://cik.leeds.ac.uk
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending the event. Places are limited.
The Counter-Islamophobia Kit Project, and the CIK Project Knowledge Exchange event are co-funded by the European Commission – Directorate of Justice