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MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD IN THE MIDDLE EAST – BETWEEN REVOLUTIONS, DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONS AND NEW REALITIES (video)
Thursday 7 June 2018
Saturday 10 March, 2018
Yemenis arose in the 2011 Arab Spring in a revolt against the regime. Since 2014, the ongoing political strife has erupted into a full-blown humanitarian catastrophe, claiming hundreds of thousands of civilians due to armed violence, starvation, and the worst outbreak of cholera in history, affecting millions, including 600,000 children.
Through the commentary and analysis of experts and academics, The Cordoba Foundation attempts to shed light on one of the most tragic conflicts that has far-reaching implications beyond the Middle East.
East London Mosque and London Muslim Centre invitation to:
An Audience with Arno Arr Michaelis IV – Former White Supremacist Leader
Arno Michaelis was a leader of a worldwide racist skinhead organisation, a reverend of a self-declared Racial Holy War, and lead singer of the hate-metal band Centurion, which sold 20,000 CDs by the mid-nineties and is still popular with racists today.
Thursday 5th November, 2015
6:30pm – London Muslim Centre, 46 Whitechapel Road, London E1
Manifesting Religion or Belief: A Human Rights Perspective
Tuesday, 17th November 2015 | 9:00 AM
European Parliament and Centre Espaces – Brussels, Belgium
09.00 – 12:00
At the European Parliament (Altieri Spinelli Building)
Room A5E2, Main Entrance, Place de Luxembourg, 1047 Brussels, Belgium.
13:00 – 17:00
At Centre Espaces, 40, Avenue de la Renaissance, B-1000 Brussels.
The seminar will include presentations and workshops delivered by legal experts from member-states, academics, policy-makers as well as representatives from R&B organizations and networks at grass-roots levels.
The Cordoba Foundation
Launch of a new toolkit:
“Spectre of Hate” An Explanatory Guide to the Far Right in the UK
– Provides an overview of British Far Right and populist movements active today.
– Examines the origins of the Far Right, the recent misfortunes of most high-profile Far Right groups including the growth of fringe movements.
– Analyses the common beliefs and ideologies shared by white supremacists, and the rise of the ‘Counter-Jihad’ movement, opposed to Islam entire.
– Profiles the Far Right across Europe.
– Offers a series of case studies as positive alternatives to the spread of hate.
- CATHERINE WEST MP
Member of Parliament for Hornsey and Wood Green, London.
- ALAIN GRESH
French journalist and the current editor of Le Monde Diplomatique.
- DR CHRIS ALLEN
Lecturer in Social Policy, University of Birmingham; author of Islamophobia (2010).
- SHENAZ BUNGLAWALA
Head of Research, Muslim Engagement and Development (MEND) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Dr Anas Altikriti CEO The Cordoba Foundation
Thursday 22 October, 2015 6:30pm – 8:30pm, Holiday Inn London – Commercial Rd 5 Cavell Street, London E1 2BP Tube: Whitechapel DLR: Shadwell
REGISTER via Eventbrite: http://spectreofhate.eventbrite.co.uk
British Muslims, Public Policy and Securitisation: A Seminar
ORGANIZED BY: The East London Mosque and London Muslim Centre with The Centre for the Study of Religion, Conflict and Cooperation (London Metropolitan University).
A seminar examining recent policies and developments concerning British Muslims, the modalities of Muslim representation and the impact of policy decisions on extremism and securitisation, education, identity and Islamophobia. The seminar will also explore calling for a public discourse and policy approach towards British Muslims that is fair and just.
Featuring the release of Dr Shamim Miah’s new book, Muslims, Schooling and the Question of Self-Segregation.
Friday, 2nd October 2015 from 18:30 to 20:30 (BST)
The Seminar Room, London Muslim Centre, 46 Whitechapel Road, London, E11JQ
The Cordoba Foundation, London Peace Network & Faith-based Regeneration Network present:
“A convivial moment for sharing inspiring thoughts.”
The inaugural session will be held on
Monday 1st of December 2015, from 5:00PM
at the Collaboration House, 77 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4PW.
Supported by Christian Muslim Forum, Muslim Council of Britain, Religions for Peace, Al-Khoei Foundation, Quakers, Peace One Day, UN Westminster and others.
Free entry. All welcome. No registration needed.