The Aziz Foundation is pleased to support Runnymede Trust’s Islamophobia: Still a Challenge for Us All. This grant was made under the Foundation’s Public Engagement work which supports projects that strengthen the representation and voices of disadvantaged communities to enable greater participation in public life.
This report marks the 20th anniversary of Runnymede’s first report on Islamophobia and looks at how the phenomenon has changed over the past two decades and how it manifests itself today.
The report brings together varied perspectives from leading thinkers on inequality and Muslims in Britain, exploring issues such as integration, hate crime, gender, identity, and racism.
To download the report, please click here.