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.
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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