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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

Event Report: Decolonizing The Mind with Sandew Hira

On Thursday 12th October 2023, IHRC hosted an author evening with Sandew Hira, author of, Decolonizing the Mind: a guide to decolonial theory and practice. The event was chaired by former NUS president Malia Bouattia. WATCH THE AUTHOR EVENING:   Malia opened up the event

Author Evening with Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan: Seeing for Ourselves

Join us for an author evening with Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan to discuss her latest book, Seeing for Ourselves And Even Stranger Possibilities (available to purchase from the IHRC Bookshop). This event will be chaired by Anika Wadood. WHEN: Friday, 20 October, 2023, 6.30pm BST WHERE: IHRC

Children’s Storytelling Afternoon with Kosser Abdul Aziz

Spend the October half-term holidays at the IHRC Bookshop for an afternoon of storytelling with author, homeschooling mum, and public speaking coach, Kosser Abdul Aziz at the IHRC Bookshop. Kosser will be reading books from the Ruqaya’s Bookshelf collection. Browse through some of the colourful,

Decolonizing the Mind: Book Tour with Sandew Hira

IHRC, Cambridge Stop the War Coalition and Decolonial International Network, are delighted to announce three more events with decolonial scholar and activist Sandew Hira.  His October dates are below.  He will be visiting is again at the our bookshop in Wembley, London, he will be

Event: Muslim Perspectives on Convivencia

Introduction Description Zoom Registration Address Links Poster   Introduction Make sure not to miss this event on how we can unite for justice in Palestine. As part of a series on perspectives on Convivencia we will be discussing how Muslims, Jews and Christians can live