Islamophobia Awareness Month 1st anniversary
Tuesday, 19 November 2013
The first anniversary for Islamophobia awareness month will be
marked on 25 November at 7pm, kindly hosted by
Jeremy Corbyn MP at the House of Commons, London.
Exploring the growing tide of anti-Muslim hatred in the UK
speakers will discuss how schedule 7, the potential niqab ban and the bans on
Muslim speakers have exacerbated the problems of Islamophobia. A year after the
first ever IA Month speakers will discuss the impact of events over the last
year and what's next for the campaign against Islamophobia.
Islamophobia awareness month has been coordinated by a range
of organisations who work against racism and Islamophobia in the UK.
Speakers so far
confirmed include chair Jeremy Corbyn,
MP; Mark McDonald, barrister; Farooq Murad,
Secretary General of MCB; Weyman Bennet,
UAF; Muhammad Taj, TUC
The event is free but registration is essential, please email