IHRC in Media

IHRC in Media

Hazaras & Uigurs

Raza Kazim discusses the ongoing protests against the recent killing of Hazara Muslims by the Daesh terrorist group spread from southwestern city of Quetta to several other parts of Pakistan. Watch the full discussion here: See here for more information.

Working with the system – a way to tackle racism?

Arzu Merali and Saeed Khan talk to Muhsin Abbas on 20th Hour regarding ways to tackle Islamophobia – specifically, is it possible to tackle Islamophobia by working with governments and its institutions.

Pressures on Muslim Organisations – What's the Way Forward?

Watch Arzu Merali discuss this issue with Roshan Salih on The Big Picture. Find more resources on the subject below the video. Find more on Shrinking Spaces for Muslims Read this briefing from January 2019 on Shrinking Space for CSOs. Read how the Commission for

From the archive: Britain unveils new anti-terror bill

Listen to IHRC Chair Massoud Shadjareh’s interview with Fran Kelly on ABC’s RN Breakfast show with Fran Kelly. From the show’s website: “Authorities in the United Kingdom warn that the threat of a terrorist attack in the country is higher than at any time since

Muslim history in the USA and the current uprisings

Listen to Saeed A. Khan discuss the new IHRC publication from him and Saied R. Ameli, What’s Going on Here? Muslim experiences of Islamophobia in the USA between Obama and Trump on Radio Islam in South Africa on Monday 22 June 2020. The book is

Far-Right in Europe: Is the Threat Taken Seriously?

Arzu Merali discusses the rise off the far-right and the failure of CVE regimes on TRT’s Roundtable on 12 March 2020. Watch the video below, panel details underneath. Muslims have been calling for greater protection after recent far-right terror attacks in Germany. In the UK,

IHRC marks Genocide Memorial Day to prevent future atrocities

Press TV’s Bianca Rahimi covered the London, UK event. Watch the video or read the article. Original article here. Bianca Rahimi Press TV, London Speakers from the US, Iran and Venezuela had some damning evidence to share at this year’s genocide memorial day. They say