Islamophobia

Islamophobia is growing in the Uk, In November 1997 the Runnymede Trust published Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us All.

At the time the term ‘Islamophobia’ was relatively uncommon, but we argued that it was justified because ‘anti-Muslim prejudice [had] grown so considerably and so rapidly in recent years that a new item in the vocabulary is needed’. According to Wikipedia, Islamophobia as a term only ‘reached public policy prominence’ with the publication of Runnymede’s report.

Twenty years on, it is of great concern to Runnymede – but more importantly to British Muslims – that anti Muslim prejudice has grown further and wider. Public and policy debate now addresses Islamophobia more directly, but not always in a productive or coherent way”- Runnymede Trust Islamophobia a challenge for us all

Training for practitioners to develop a greater understanding of islamophobia, its rise and its impact.

 

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Fantastic delivery..the exercise sessions were very thought provoking….the debates carried on into the office… well done. looking forward to more training on this workshop in the future. – F Khan,  Assistant HR Business Partner at Bradford College

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