The Internet and Islamophobia is a report exploring the roles of youth, leadership, identity, and social media in tackling Islamophobia in the UK.
The report builds upon a workshop held in the Houses of Parliament in November 2018 with over 35 leading influencers and young British Muslims. Themes covered include online disinformation campaigns, identity politics, and anti-Muslim hate crime.
The final report will be published later this year.
This project has been supported by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.