Events

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IHRC hold a variety of events for a wide audience base, from children’s books-based arts and crafts sessions and author evenings, to conferences on Islamophobia, and protests and vigils. 
 
We provide opportunities for new and upcoming authors & artists to be launched and promoted via our events. Our events are unique in nature where we have created a space for decolonial, religious, cultural, academic and political topics to be discussed. It also allows us to highlight the human rights and humanitarian work that we are carrying out in various parts of the world via our research, campaigns, and advocacy departments.  
 
To find out about future events or if you would like to hold an event with IHRC, please email events@ihrc.org

PRISONERS OF FAITH’ SPEAKERS’ TOUR

OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2002. The purpose of this tour is to raise awareness of the plight of these people whom the world refuses to acknowledge, and to encourage people to take up their struggle.

Palestine/Iraq Joint Demonstration 28 Sept 02

What is expected to be Britain\’s biggest ever anti-war demonstration is to be held in London on September 28 in protest over Government foreign policy concerning the issues of Palestine and Iraq.

Europe and Islam: The Meaning of Justice

A discussion between Iranian philosopher and theologian Homayoun Hemmati, his compatriot writer and sociologist Mohammad Saeed Bahmanpour and German theologian, philosopher and historian Heiner Bielefeldt.

LONDON ISLAMIC CONFERENCE: BEYOND SEPTEMBER 11TH

CONTACT: Dr Imran Waheed Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain Suite 298 56 Gloucester Road London, SW7 4UB, United Kingdom Phone: +44-(0)7946-510006 / Email: press@caliphate.org.uk / Web: www.al-islaam.org LONDON ISLAMIC CONFERENCE: BEYOND SEPTEMBER 11TH London, UK, September 9 – Thousands of Muslims from the West, men and women,

IHRC Event: 9/11 – The Hidden Victims

A seminar organised by the Islamic Human Rights Commission, looking at the events of the last year and the political and military fall-out that has affected civil liberties and human rights.