All Articles about Islamophobia
How to be an Ally? Videos for Dialogue and Action
Senior Fellows Gage Garretson and Merve Mert created a collaborative video series aimed at opening sustained dialogue and providing practical opportunities for allyship on college campuses.
Diversity on the Other Side of the Wall: Muslims in Sofia
In tandem with the Transeuropa Festival, Senior Fellow Pavlina Doublekova orchestrated a seven-day workshop for Senior Fellows and the public on Mulsim minorities presence in Sofia and broader Bulgaria.
Galvanizing Political Engagement among Muslims in the Netherlands by Drawing Inspiration from American Examples of Success
A report providing recommendations to Dutch Muslim organizations on how to foster political engagement in the Muslim community using the American context as guidance.
Campaign Against Stop and Frisk in France (Stop le Contrôle au Faciès)
French Senior Fellows led a campaign to improve police accountability, oppose racial profiling and provide tools for legal recourse for victims of stop and frisk in France.
Geert Spreekt Niet Voor Mij ("Geert Does Not Speak For Me")
A campaign enabling people in the Netherlands to distance themselves from Geert Wilders' xenophobic views using an iconic wristband and social media.
In order to raise awareness on the racist extremists' fight on freedom of movement, Senior Fellow Verena Riedmiller, alongside a group of activists from The European May, welcomed and engaged travelers at Berlin central station.
Al Karama- Testimonies
Al Karama- Testimonies provides a platform for unheard voices and displays Syrian artists' views and their appeals to the international community.
Senior Fellow Esra Karakaya hosts an online talk show BlackRockTalk, discussing social phenomenas and global experiences from a youthful and intellectual perspective.
University of Wisconsin Interfaith Network
As a response to the global terrorist attacks in November of 2015, Senior Fellow Kyra Fox organized an interfaith vigil together with several students of other faiths from the University of Wisconsin in Madison (UW-Madison).
Recognizing What We See and Don't See: Bridging Communities through Nonviolent Communication and Storytelling
Senior Fellow Amy Hong created the "Bridging Communities" Project in order to enable individuals to initiate conversations in safe spaces and to relate emphatically to those they disagree with, this activates the dialogue and includes trainings on intercultural/nonviolent communication in France and the U.S.