Roses at Christmas

People think Muslims don’t want to have anything to do with Christmas, but HOPE not hate organiser Mahmooda Qureshi explains why that's not her experience.

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Author: Jemma Levene

HOPE in the classroom

Our Education Unit is creating a catalyst towards positive behavioural change in schools across England and Wales to act as a springboard towards a more inclusive society.

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Author: Louie rodrigues

HOPE not hate trains activists

HOPE not hate has teamed up with several other groups to train activists in the art of campaigning.

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Author: Maatin Patel

Fear and HOPE

Fear and Hope is one of the most comprehensive studies of it’s kind. We’ve been mapping attitudes to race, faith and belonging since 2011 to give a snapshot of changing identity politics in England.

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Author: Louie rodrigues

Stories of HOPE

  • Confronting Islamophobia in the classroom

    “I hate Muslims, I’m afraid of them, when you walked into the room I was afraid.” Read more

  • A very HOPEful Christmas

    Our HOPE not hate organisers have spent the year training people to have better conversations about difficult and divisive issues. So with the festive period upon us, we asked our supporters to take part in our Christmas Challenge! Read more

  • Community Success in Cardiff

    HOPE not hate Community campaign to save award-winning chef from deportation leads to Home Office U-Turn. Read more

  • Roses at Christmas

    People think Muslims don’t want to have anything to do with Christmas, but HOPE not hate organiser Mahmooda Qureshi explains why that's not her experience. Read more