Professor Stephen Small joined us to discuss his book, Black Europe.
Professor Ramón Grosfoguel joins us for a conversation with Arzu Merali to analyse the four key genocides of modernity and how they impact us today.
Esther Stanford-Xosei is an internationally acclaimed Reparationist, Jurisconsult, dynamic community advocate and radio Broadcaster. She joins us for a conversation with Muneeza Rizvi about her work and activism, with a particular focus on her work on reparations for enslavement. Keywords: Transatlantic slavery, reparations, chattel slavery,
Read about the London (UK), Brussels and Kuala Lumpur events that took place in January 2019. Genocide Memorial Day took place in three main centres this year in the UK, Belgium and Malaysia. Below is an overview of the London (UK) event organised by IHRC,
Saied Reza Ameli and Mohsen Ahoeei look at the devastating effects of sanctions, used not for the promotion of human rights but a tool of war. Publication date: 14 January 2019 ISBN: 9781903718384 (Soft copy only) Authors: Saied Reza Ameli, Mohsen Ahoeei with a foreword by
This is our tenth annual event and we can’t wait for you to join us in person or on-line (www.ihrc.tv or on Facebook). WHEN: Sunday, 20th January 2019 from 12pm – 4pm (programme begins with lunch) WHERE: P21 Gallery, 21 Chalton Street, Kings Cross, London, NW1 1JD Lunch
In his new book, Reimagining Britain, the Archbishop of Canterbury has questioned the compatibility of Islamic values with the Christian basis of life in Britain. Comment piece from Faisal Bodi
Dr. Hatem Bazian is a lecturer in the Departments of Near Eastern and Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies, Editor-in-Chief of the Islamophobia Studies Journal and Director of the Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project Center for Race and Gender at the University of California, Berkeley.