IHRC Bookshop & Gallery have a few announcements. Author Evening with Dr Rob Faure Walker Join us for an online author evening with Dr Rob Faure Walker to discuss his book, The Emergence of ‘Extremism’. The book will be available to purchase from the IHRC Bookshop.
IHRC Bookshop are offering 15% discount off all items during the month of Muharram. The discount code is M2021. Sale ends on 7th September. To check out our website, click here. Below are a few books we have in store: The Story of Ashura / Mohammad Bahmanpour This book is an
Prisoner Packs For Eid al-Adha, IHRC sent prison packs to HMP Humber. Each pack contained: A Place of Refuge by Asmaa Hussein, sweets, a prayer bead and a perfume block. Muslim prisoners tend to be isolated from the wider community and have a difficult time practising their
The month of Dhul Hijjah is around the corner and IHRC Bookshop & Gallery have a few announcements. Hajj Sale Our Hajj Sale is now on and all items are 15% off until 23 July. The discount code is HAJJ2021 and can only be used once by each
NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE: 05 April 2021 Please note that due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the main prize may be postponed, changed or substituted for one chosen by the organisers. The date for final submissions to the 2021 competition is 5th April 2021. The rules, terms and
Watch these short videos from Ramon Grosfoguel discussing the colonial and racist attacks on Venezuela, and the possibilities of decolonial resistance. Is Venezuela Decolonial? On the Attacks on Venezuela: a Decolonial View
IHRC are pleased to announce its 12th annual Genocide Memorial Day. Watch it on this page or www.ihrc.tv from 1pm GMT on Sunday 17th January 2021. Please share this page. The topic of this year’s event is Starting Genocide: Demonisation. Demonisation forms part of the
Sunday 17 January 2021 is Genocide Memorial Day. This year, due to Covid-19, the event will be held online. Join us from 1pm GMT for the premiere of this year’s speakers’ presentations on ‘The prelude to Genocide: Demonisation’. Massoud Shadjareh explains the significance of the