Hate destroys lives. We want to see a world where everyone is able to live with dignity and without fear. Read more
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“Even just holding a card with the words Hope Trumps Hate can be a powerful thing,” said Mohammed Ali, a project manager for Faiths Forum for London outside the US embassy yesterday.
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.
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.
Running from September 2017, through to the May 2018 London local elections, HOPE not hate are bringing together old and new national and local partners in this exciting campaign.
There is something "unique" happening at the Muslim Jewish Conference (MJC), an annual gathering of young Muslims and Jews held in a different international location each year. Read more
“I hate Muslims, I’m afraid of them, when you walked into the room I was afraid.” Read more
“The problem is two-fold; anti-Semitism is declared to be a thing of the past, while Islamophobia is not even acknowledged as a thing that exists.” Read more
Anti-Muslim hatred always needs to be challenged but tackling misplaced fear and ignorance needs a more nuanced approach, as the recent controversy over a new mosque in Golders Green reveals. Read more