HOPE not hate has organised for over a decade to challenge hate. Now we need your help. Read more
Hate destroys lives. We want to see a world where everyone is able to live with dignity and without fear. Read more
HOPE not hate is training teachers across the UK to understand extremist ideologies their students may encounter online.
Over 150 people attended the Salaam Dudley event, a belated celebration of Eid Al-Adha by the Muslim community in Dudley last Sunday.
The result of the semi-final was disappointing, but football has already "come home". England's team can hold its head high because we are all proud of Southgate's diverse young team.
Ramadan is over and with it ends iftars – the meal eaten to break the fast at sunset. The month has become a great tool for those working on interfaith as the number of community iftars grows and activities such as solidarity fasting have become more common. But efforts to humanise a community that is often painted with a broad terrorist brush contains its own pitfalls.
Mahmooda Qureshi is a community organiser for HOPE not hate in Birmingham. She explains what her job entails. Read more
MPs across parties broke fast with British Muslims and addressed Islamophobia in Britain. Read more
Organisers from across the UK joined HOPE not hate in Birmingham to learn about best practices and exchange know-how on community organising. Read more
HOPE not hate in Dudley joined thousands of other communities across the country to host a Great Get Together event at Grange Park. Read more