Islamophobia Conference

Since 2014, IHRC has organised an annual conference in the UK 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 with Scotland Against Criminalising Communities (SACC).
 
Every year there has been a conference held in London, and most years a parallel event in Edinburgh.  
 
Keep appraised of the latest conference details by visiting the events page.  The conferences usually take place on the second Saturday of December or thereabouts.

The Britain-Israel partnership driving ‘antisemitism’ allegations: 
 thoughts on a counter-strategy

The British state displaces its pro-Israel commitments onto ‘the Jewish community’, constructed as Zionist and thus vulnerable to antisemitism.   This provides a convenient shield for the state’s partnership with the Zionist colonisation project.  This agenda aggravates societal divisions – frightening Jews and dividing them from each other, while also separating them from the Left and Muslims.   

Islamophobia Conference 2017

IHRC held its annual Islamophobia Conference on Sunday, 10 December. The theme for 2017 was ‘The Rise of Nativism.’