Professor Emon’s statement (click to read the full statement) shows how Islamophobia takes shape in the Federal Government’s bureaucratic workings across three examples.
Examining how and where prejudicial and biased policies inform Government mechanisms is one of the core research areas that the Institute works on. Next year, we anticipate launching a book on the different sites of systemic Islamophobia.
Below is a clip from the meeting in which Prof Emon comments on online hate speech, Bill C-36, and Islamophobic policies.
The Institute is thankful to the Senate for inviting Professor Emon and looks forward to continuing to provide the research and analysis that create a more democratic Canada that serves all equally and fairl
We extend our gratitude to Canadian Muslim leader Hussein A. Hamdani for contributing a sizeable gift to MiCA. Hamdani’s vital support for MiCA reflects his long-standing interest in capturing the history of a marginalized community. Establishing an archive to preserve the rich history and legacies of Muslims in Canada requires resources. We welcome these generous […]
Hybrid Workshop Time: 2pm to 4pm Date: December 15, 2023 In-person Option: Register for In-person Event Here Virtual Option: Register for Virtual Event Here The next session is in the new year: January 25, 2024 from 1:30pm to 3:30pm Welcome to our monthly workshop on Contemporary Islamic Thought. The goal of this series is to explore the understudied reformist […]
Location: 170 St George Street, Jackman Humanities Building, Fifth Floor, Room 530 In-person Option: Register for In-person Event Here Virtual Option: Register for Virtual Event Here Time: 2 pm to 4 pm Date: Thursday, December 14th Welcome to our monthly workshop on Islamic law and imperialism. The goal of our workshop is to explore the […]