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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

Author Evening with Zirrar: Ghazi and the Garden

Join us for an author evening with Zirrar to discuss his book, Ghazi and the Garden (purchase here). WHEN: TBC WHERE: TBC About the book: Ghazi and the Garden is a new and modern collection of English translations of poetry by Muhammad Iqbal. Considered by many to be

Fly The Flag For Palestine 2022

#Flytheflag and #boycottapartheid campaign Despite the return of our Quds Day march this year, due to popular demand we shall once again be doing a #FlyTheFlag and #boycottapartheid campaign where freedom seeking people from around the world raise the flag for Palestine in the last

Al-Quds Day 2022

The annual al-Quds Day March is returning for Ramadan 1443 (2022). Each year millions of people around the World rally on Quds day to voice their support for the Palestinian cause and repeat their call for an end to the Zionist apartheid regime’s atrocities and

Event Report: Vaccine Hesitancy Q&A

IHRC and Bradford Foundation Trust organised an online Q&A to discuss vaccine hesitancy from a medical and Islamic perspective, with Dr Tawfique Chowdhury (Consultant of Emergency Medicine and Chairman of Mercy Mission Worldwide), in October 2021. Vaccine hesitancy is described as “a delay in acceptance,

Ukraine: Occupation, Media Bias and Hypocrisy

Join us as we discuss the excellent global response to the Russian invasion and ask why Syria, Palestine and others have been left behind. WHEN: Thursday, 24 March 2022, 18:00 – 19:00 GMT WHERE: City, University of London, Northampton Square (Room B200), London, EC1V 0HB   About


IHRC is proud to announce a new initiative focused on bringing together a group of individuals aged 18-25 to further their knowledge of current affairs. Each month, the group will go in-depth on a relevant topic and at the end of each session will focus