The Child Abuse Enquiry

Beatrix Campbell in the Guardian, ‘Lowell Goddard has told us what we know – that sexual crimes against children are too big, too tolerated and altogether too much. Goddard, the New Zealand judge who resigned from the inquiry into historical … read more

Remembering Rabaa

Rachel Aspden’s book, Generation Revolution: On the Front Line Between Tradition and Change in the Middle East tells the story of young Ruqaya it was the middle of August 2013, soon after the Eid feast that marks the end of … read more

On-line course about Muslims in Britain

Under the directorship of Professor Sophie Gilliat-Ray, the Centre has over the years established a reputation for evidence-based research, particularly in the area of chaplaincy, and a thriving MA and PhD programme.  Among its recent initiatives is a MOOC on … read more

#visitmymosque day

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by The Muslim Council of Britain, where British mosques open their doors to the general public, share tea and cakes alongside an insight. To date around 100 mosques are participating in the event planned … read more

Ban Trump from UK petition

“The Home Secretary may exclude a non-European Economic Area national from the UK if she considers their presence in the UK to be non-conducive to the public good.” British MPs will hold a debate on 18th January 2016 reviewing the … read more