Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) is pleased to announce its 15th annual Genocide Memorial Day, which will be held on Sunday, January 21st, 2024! Genocide Memorial Day (GMD) is a day given to remember man’s inhumanity to man in the perpetration of genocides and genocidal acts. IHRC
Set against the backdrop of compassion and solidarity, this poetry night aims to raise awareness and funds to alleviate the difficulties faced by Palestinians in their pursuit of a dignified and peaceful existence. Join us for a fundraiser and poetry night, chaired by Anika Wadood.
The ongoing genocide in the Gaza Strip will form the focus of the 15th Genocide Memorial Day to be held later this month. The Israeli assault on Gaza, its people and infrastructure, which has so far led to the deaths of over 24,000 people, the
Critical Muslim Studies: Decolonial Islamic Spirituality & Liberation in Times of Palestinian Genocide. A Summer School in Granada, Spain from 10th June to 15th June 2024. Critical Muslim Studies is inspired by a need for opening up a space for intellectually rigorous and socially
IHRC held the 10th annual Islamophobia Conference from 8 to 10 December. Since 2014, the conference aims to discuss key issues with regard to structural and institutionalised Islamophobia. The project began as part of a Decolonial International Network, Europe-wide project. Each conference has been co-organised
Since 2014, IHRC has organised an annual conference in the UK to discuss key issues with regard to structural and institutionalised Islamophobia. Each conference has been co-organised with Scotland Against Criminalising Communities (SACC). Join us for the 10th annual conference this December, online and in-person.
Join us for the second day of the Islamophobia Conference 2023, at the P21 Gallery (Chalton St, London NW1 1JD). WHEN: Saturday, 9 December, 2023, 10:30 to 16:30 Download the schedule and speakers’ bios here. You will receive a confirmation email after booking. If you have any questions or