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The truth about Britain's 'unmarried' Muslim wives - and why it's your problem, too

21 November 2017 • 10:46am


Getting married is filled with love, family, friends and new beginnings. But it is also the solemnisation of a set of legal rights as partners – not least of which are robust protections in case the relationship breaks down. 113 more words


Let’s be clear: Muslims are neither good nor bad. We’re just human

Farah Elahi

Twenty years ago, a report on Islamophobia described how stereotypes harm Muslims in Britain. Today, new research suggests things have got worse 583 more words


Thoughts on our film screening by Lee Marsden

Lee Marsden reflects on Tuesday night’s screening of four of our British Values films, and the discussion that followed.

Around 70 people attended the event, and the discussion demonstrated some of the very different ways in which people in the region engage with the term ‘British Values’.

Stories, critique, and trust: Working with participant researchers

One of the more exciting aspects of working on our British Values project to date has been the opportunity to meet, and collaborate with, people we might otherwise never have encountered. 965 more words

From The Internet to Real Life: August in Meet Ups

In the spirit of the last book I read this month, August has been a month of ‘Daring Greatly’ and putting myself outside of my comfort zone. 439 more words

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As a single Muslim father, I know that liberal parenting is the key to tackling the radicalisation of our youth

We must ensure that no one is raised under a needlessly isolating doctrine when the benefits from all those who have happily integrated are so clear to see… 157 more words