Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

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Islamophobia


Islamophobia in Australia Reports
Islamophobia in Australia Reports

Nov 2, 2020

Dr Derya Iner of CISAC conducts Islamophobia in Australia reports in collaboration with the Islamophobia Register Australia, which is a community based third party reporting platform collecting Islamophobia incidents across Australia reported by victims, their proxies or witnesses.

Mosque Attacks in Australia

When: Thu 14th Mar, 2019
Time: 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm (Refreshments will be provided at 4:30 pm. The lecture will start at 5 pm.)
Cost: Free
Location: ISRA Centre – Sydney, Meeting Room Level 3 128-132 South Pde, Auburn, NSW

Topic: Ibn Khaldun’s Asabiyya Theory

Asabiyya is a concept of social solidarity with an emphasis on unity, group consciousness and sense of shared purpose, and social cohesion, originally in a context of tribalism and clanism. This free event is opened to anyone interested in exploring and discussing theories commonly used in social sciences and humanities. Reading material e-mailed a week before the workshop registered participants. Includes free workshop material after being registered, discussion, Q&A sessions & refreshments.

Children of Islamophobia

Children of Islamophobia

Jun 1, 2020

The broad aim of the research is to highlight the direct and indirect (i.e. relational) effects of Islamophobia on children. This is the first stage in a proposed larger project for which external funding will be sought. The second, larger stage will incorporate a suite of methods in order to determine the impact of Islamophobia on children of differing age groups and locations. The pilot data will inform the development of suitable methodologies for use with children.

The first stage of the research will be a pilot in which mothers will be interviewed about the impact of Islamophobia on their children and family functioning. Although only mothers will be interviewed, it is intended that the whole-of-family impact will be explored through their narratives. https://thinkspace.csu.edu.au/cisac/2020/06/01/children-of-islamophobia

Muslim History

Dr Ashfaq Ahmad


by  | Jun 1, 2020

When: Thu 14th Mar, 2019
Time: 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm (Refreshments will be provided at 4:30 pm. The lecture will start at 5 pm.)
Cost: Free
Location: ISRA Centre – Sydney, Meeting Room Level 3 128-132 South Pde, Auburn, NSW

Topic: Ibn Khaldun’s Asabiyya Theory

Asabiyya is a concept of social solidarity with an emphasis on unity, group consciousness and sense of shared purpose, and social cohesion, originally in a context of tribalism and clanism. This free event is opened to anyone interested in exploring and discussing theories commonly used in social sciences and humanities. Reading material e-mailed a week before the workshop registered participants. Includes free workshop material after being registered, discussion, Q&A sessions & refreshments.

Dr Abdu’l Kahliq Kazi

by  | Jun 1, 2020

When: Thu 14th Mar, 2019
Time: 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm (Refreshments will be provided at 4:30 pm. The lecture will start at 5 pm.)
Cost: Free
Location: ISRA Centre – Sydney, Meeting Room Level 3 128-132 South Pde, Auburn, NSW

Topic: Ibn Khaldun’s Asabiyya Theory

Asabiyya is a concept of social solidarity with an emphasis on unity, group consciousness and sense of shared purpose, and social cohesion, originally in a context of tribalism and clanism. This free event is opened to anyone interested in exploring and discussing theories commonly used in social sciences and humanities. Reading material e-mailed a week before the workshop registered participants. Includes free workshop material after being registered, discussion, Q&A sessions & refreshments.

Sheikh Fehmi Naji El-Imam

by  | Jun 1, 2020

When: Thu 14th Mar, 2019
Time: 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm (Refreshments will be provided at 4:30 pm. The lecture will start at 5 pm.)
Cost: Free
Location: ISRA Centre – Sydney, Meeting Room Level 3 128-132 South Pde, Auburn, NSW

Topic: Ibn Khaldun’s Asabiyya Theory

Asabiyya is a concept of social solidarity with an emphasis on unity, group consciousness and sense of shared purpose, and social cohesion, originally in a context of tribalism and clanism. This free event is opened to anyone interested in exploring and discussing theories commonly used in social sciences and humanities. Reading material e-mailed a week before the workshop registered participants. Includes free workshop material after being registered, discussion, Q&A sessions & refreshments.

Muslim Youth