Regime’s silence on Saudi invasion speaks volumes.
GERMANY, MUSLIMS, CIVIL SOCIETY AND CITIZENSHIP: Expectations and experiences of Muslim organisations
An IHRC research report by Margit Liebhart. In 2007 – 08, Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) undertook a survey of Muslim civil society organizations in Germany.
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?
A report by Saied Reza Ameli and Arzu Merali for the Islamic Human Rights Commission.
PRESS RELEASE: UK – IHRC expresses concerns over government legislation denying immigrants right to freedom of expression
“The British government’s proposals to curtail freedom of expression and dissent go against the very essence of the British values that the government seeks to promote.”
There come moments when it is important for fair-minded people to stand their ground. Now is a time for solidarity; to affirm respect, equality and parity for all Britons, irrespective of race and creed.
Arzu Merali looks at the doublespeak relating to Muslims and citizensip in the UK.
Read a short report and listen to the BBC audio about the Citizens’ Jury in Reading organised by the University of Newcastle and BBC Radio 4 Today, which IHRC is supporting.