GENOCIDE MEMORIAL DAY EVENT 2022, LONDON On Sunday 16th January 2022, the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) hosted online its thirteenth Genocide Memorial Day. The IHRC launched its annual GMD to commemorate past and on-going genocides with the aim of raising awareness about genocide prevention.
Ensure you don’t miss our annual Poetry Competition’s new deadline! The date for final submissions to the 2022 competition is 22nd April 2022. The competition is open to anyone in the UK aged 11 to 18 at the time of entering. Winners will be announced
We are in middle of the blessed month of Shaban and since Ramadan is around the corner, we have a couple of announcements. With the French Elections approaching, and far-right Islamophobic flaring up again in France and India, we have literature and videos that explore the aforementioned
Arzu Merali reflects on Serial’s podcast series of the infamous affair that resulted in a societal sea change for the worse against Muslims [substitute alternate teaser here]. Let me start with this. Serial is excellent and everyone needs to listen to it, even if,
With 11 January 2022 marking 20 years since the opening of Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Gitmo), We have a few announcements to share with you related to prisoners. Author Evening with Moazzam Begg Moazzam Begg was invited to speak at IHRC’s Author Evening about his book, Enemy Combatant. in 2011.
Ensure you don’t miss our annual Poetry Competition new deadline! The date for final submissions to the 2022 competition is 20th February 2022. The competition is open to anyone in the UK aged 11 to 18 at the time of entering. Winners will be announced
Did you miss it? You can now watch our Genocide Memorial Day 2022 event. Thank you so much for attending our successful Genocide Memorial Day event! Our sincere apologies, we had slight technical glitch on IHRC.tv. You can now watch the whole event on IHRC
We have a few events lined up for you. Centering the Black Islamic Narrative IHRC and SOAS Isoc are hosting a much needed event tomorrow. Guest speakers are Dr Bilal Ware and Imam Dawud Walid, both hailing from the US, will discuss the African tradition, Blackness