SOAS University of London

Centre for the Study of Pakistan

Muslims, Trust and Cultural Dialogue

The Muslims, Trust and Cultural Dialogue research project analyses the conditions of trust and mistrust in three overlapping areas of modern life: politics and society; business and finance; and art and culture. It is an international multidisciplinary network of scholars, practitioners and stakeholders exploring questions of trust in the relationship between Muslim diaspora populations in the West and the societies around them. The project is committed to understanding how existing practices in these three arenas enact dialogue and negotiation between groups in ways that can be mutually informative, and which help us move beyond misunderstanding and negative stereotyping.

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Project description

The project is led by the University of East London in collaboration with SOAS. The project is directed by Professor Peter Morey at the University of East London and co-directed by Dr Amina Yaqin at SOAS.

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Unless otherwise stated the events are free and open to the public.

Previous Events in this series

Film Screening: Journey into Europe

Professor Akbar Ahmed and Professor Peter Morey

Film screening of Journey into Europe and panel discussion with discussants Professor Akbar Ahmed and Professor Peter Morey (Executive Producer). Chaired by Dr Amina Yaqin.

21 May 2016, Russell Square: College Buildings, Khalili Lecture Theatre (KLT), 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Beyond Islamophobia

This conference will chart the rise of mainstream Islamophobia in recent years, while also situating it in its much longer historical context.

7 June 2014, Russell Square: College Buildings, Khalili Lecture Theatre, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Placing Trust Well

Professor Onora O'Neill (Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve CBE FBA Hon FRS F Med Sci)
29 January 2014, Russell Square: College Buildings, Khalili Lecture Theatre, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Muslims, Multiculturalism and Trust: New Directions

The aim of the conference is to analyse current critiques of multiculturalism, measure them against other, perhaps more progressive interpretations, and consider the potential offered by lived experience and creative visions of intercultural exchange to offer new ways of envisaging multicultural experience.

1 June 2013, Russell Square: College Buildings, Khalili Lecture Theatre, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM