No Coincidences

Sanja Bilic remembers the Srebrenica genocide in 1995 and asks why so many complicit in it are still free?

Israel’s Accession Compromises the OECD’s Principles


Kara speaks of the narrative of the  Israeli  accession to the OECD and Turkey’s unsupported opposition to  this membership.

Everlasting Love? Muslims and Citizenship in the UK and the Decline...

With a general election looming in the UK, Arzu Merali overviews the findings of the IHRC research project British Muslims’ Expectations of the Government  (BMEG), and asks where the ideal of effective citizenship has gone?

Gaza – One Year On

 
Gaza - the word that will forever remain etched in the hearts and minds of generations upon generations of people all over the world. 

Who Will Guard the Guardians

A decade after the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, the assault on Babar Ahmad raises questions about racism within the police.

Brixton, Berkeley and Other Roads to Radicalisation

From Cultures of Resistance, Volume 1, Issue 1

Nightmares – How Gaza offends us all

Jennifer Loewenstein brilliantly illustrates the horrors of living under fire and portrays the Palestinians of Gaza as a people abandoned by the world to the murderous Israeli occupation, but whose will to resist strengthens with each atrocity committed against them.

Aliens in Their Own Country

Polarisation in social opinions about Muslims are driving isolation, argues IHRC's Massoud Shadjareh.

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