Muslims in Canada

Islamophobia in Canada

Islamophobia in Canada

The following report on ‘Islamophobia in Canada’ was submitted to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, as part of its study on systemic racism and religious discrimination in Canada.

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What is Islamophobia? The Politics of Anti-Muslim Racism

What is Islamophobia? The Politics of Anti-Muslim Racism

Nour Soubani who holds a BA in American Culture, Arabic, and International Studies with honors from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor discusses her findings and perspectives on how Islamophobia is defined.

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Islamophobia in Canada Research Brief (January 2019)

Islamophobia in Canada Research Brief (January 2019)

A research brief on Islamophobia in Canada brought back into the limelight following the Quebec City mosque shooting by SOMEONE (https://projectsomeone.ca/) whose mission is to build awareness, create spaces for pluralistic dialogues, and combat discrimination and online hate.

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Survey of Muslims in Canada 2016 conducted by The Environics Institute

Survey of Muslims in Canada 2016 conducted by The Environics Institute

In 2006, the Environics Institute’s inaugural project was the first-ever national survey to examine the relationship between Canadian Muslims and Canadian society-at-large (in the context of 13 other countries from research conducted by the respected Pew Research Center).

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Muslims and Multiculturalism in Canada – A Survey of Muslims in Canada 2006 by The Environics Institute

Muslims and Multiculturalism in Canada – A Survey of Muslims in Canada 2006 by The Environics Institute

The Institute’s first project was a national survey to examine the relationship between Canadian Muslims and Canadian society at large. This research was conducted as part of Environics Research FOCUS CANADA

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Black Muslims in Canada: A Systematic Review of Published and Unpublished Literature

Black Muslims in Canada: A Systematic Review of Published and Unpublished Literature

Black Muslims have a long history in Canada, but there has not been a consolidation of the published and unpublished information about these communities that can give a more nuanced understanding of these groups’ lived experiences.

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