The Cordoba Foundation has always seen the government’s strategy to counter terrorism and extremism, coined Prevent, as one which was found upon positive objectives, but has been sullied by years of misuse and politicking. On numerous occasions, The Cordoba Foundation...
Iraq is edging closer to civil war and break up into separate states, with almost none of its pre – invasion promises coming to fruition, experts warned at a ground-breaking conference held on the future of the country in Central London.
A report of a talk on the need for faith inspired non violence as a legacy of Martin Luther King’s influence which took place on 21 January 2013 and was organised by The Cordoba Foundation, Islamic Relief Worldwide and St Ethelburgas Centre for Peace and Reconciliation.
A report of A seminar on Non violence and Peace building in Islam, which took place on 22 January 2013 and was organised by Initiatives of Change UK in partnership with The Cordoba Foundation, Islamic Relief Worldwide and the Salam Institute for Peace and Justice.
Announcing the confirmed list of speakers for the Iraq Conference – 10 Years of Turbulence
Announcing a timely conference on Iraq – 10 years of Turbulence to held in Central London on the 8th of April jointly organised by The Cordoba Foundation and the Sharq Forum
The Cordoba Foundation helped organise a two-day event in Brussels, Belgium, from 19-20 March, consisting of discussion and debates concerning fair treatment for all in Europe.
The Cordoba Foundation (TCF) commemorates the UN designated World Interfaith Harmony Week which takes place annually in the first full week of February.
The Cordoba Foundation has launched, The MENA Report, the first in a series of monthly reports, providing insights and analysis of events and developments in the Middle East and North Africa. Aimed at European and Western readerships, the report provides impartial, accurate and authoritative content and analysis, through The Cordoba Foundation’s unique access to rare and highly important primary sources in the Middle East and beyond.
On the International Day of Peace, 21 September, The Cordoba Foundation will be joining other organisations and faith institutions to express solidarity with all efforts intended to make this world more peaceful.
The Cordoba Foundation is supporting the Rohingya Minority Crisis Group in its campaign to highlight the abuses faced by the Rohingyas in Myanmar and a call for justice
News Release: A Year on From the Riots – More Needs to be Done in Moving from Blame to Positive Action
Faith-based organisations must take a lead in enabling youth to find meaning and purpose in their lives, recommends a report on the riots, which shook London and other cities in England a year ago. Entitled ‘After the Riots: From Blame to Positive Action’, the report contains the conclusions of a national forum, jointly organised by Initiatives of Change UK, The Cordoba Foundation, Burning2Learn and the Civil Society Forum.
As the Srebrenica Memorial Day anniversary on the 11th of July approaches its 17th year, The Cordoba Foundation is exclusively releasing the Friday sermon prepared by the Grand Mufti of Bosnia-Herzegovina in commemoration
Muslim Writers Awards is now accepting entries to the ‘The Spirit of Cordoba’ Prize with The Cordoba Foundation.
A report of the launch of the second toolkit ‘An Introduction to Effective Lobbying & Campaigning’ held on the 1st of March 2012
A report of the Forum: After the Riots, held on the 1st of February 2012, organised by Initiatives of Change-UK, Civil Society Forum, Burning2Learn and The Cordoba Foundation
On 11 January 2002, the first of nearly 800 prisoners was sent to the US military prison camp at Guantanamo Bay. Images of these men kneeling and shackled, wearing orange boiler suits, goggled and masked, shocked the world. Ten years on, 171 prisoners still remain in captivity – all without due process and without a feasible end to their suffering in sight.
On the joyous occasion of the advent of Eid-ul-Adha, The Cordoba Foundation takes this opportunity to wish you Eid Mubarak.
On Tuesday 11th October, the Middle East Monitor (MEMO) and the Cordoba Foundation (TCF) co-hosted the authors of the recent SpinWatch report on the spread of Islamophobia in the UK.