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.
As part of our research, we are undertaking a short survey of Muslims in the UK. Our survey can be completed here. The final report will be published later this year.
This project has been supported by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.