Tag: islamophobia

The Runnymede Trust events, UK

‘Question Time Bradford’: Islamophobia in Britain by Equality & Diversity – University of Bradford Twenty years after the Runnymede Trust’s influential and ground-breaking report on ‘Islamophobia: a challenge for us all’ (1997), a follow-up report asks what, if anything, has changed since then? Join us for a thought-provoking evening in which a number

Islamophobia: What’s in a Word?

By Will Furtado The French writer Michel Houellebecq, best known for his best sellers ‘Atomised’ and ‘Platform’, claimed in a recent Paris Review interview that ‘Islamophobia’ is not a kind of racism. This happened while promoting his new novel ‘Submission’ which hypothesizes a France led by a Muslim government. The