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Qur'anic Manuscript Conference: May 2017

Qur'anic Manuscript Conference: May 2017
Description
A three-day conference on Qur'anic Manuscript Studies: The State of the Field is being held in Budapest in May 2017, with participation from members of ITSEE.
Date:
06/02/2017

Study on the number of Muslims in Germany released

Study on the number of Muslims in Germany released
Description
Researchers from the EuroIslam network have analyzed figures released by the German government about its Muslim population.
Date:
06/02/2017

Putting human rights at the forefront

Putting human rights at the forefront
Description
CIFoRB speaks to Malaysian parliamentarian, Kasthuri Patto, about strengthening human rights on her home soil and across the Commonwealth.
Date:
06/02/2017

Holocaust Memorial Day and Denial: Auschwitz in a post-truth age?

Holocaust Memorial Day and Denial: Auschwitz in a post-truth age?
Description
Dr Isabel Wollaston talks about the perception of the Holocaust in our post-truth age in the latest Birmingham Brief.
Date:
02/02/2017

The Diary of William Prince Telfer: Summer 1914

Description
Modern British studies shares the findings of students research in the Cadbury Research Library.
Date:
02/02/2017

Quebec mosque attack forces Canada to confront some ugly problems

Quebec mosque attack forces Canada to confront some ugly problems
Description
Dr Steve Hewitt gives his perspective on the Quebec mosque attack for The Conversation.
Date:
02/02/2017

CIFoRB Director, Baroness Berridge urges the UN to engage with the freedom of religion or belief

CIFoRB Director, Baroness Berridge urges the UN to engage with the freedom of religion or belief
Description
In a recent House of Lords debate on the UK and the UN Baroness Berridge called for the UN to open up and engage with religion and freedom of religion or belief.
Date:
01/02/2017

Government loses Brexit court case – so what happens now?

Government loses Brexit court case – so what happens now?
Description
Professor Fiona de Londras writes for The Conversation. Fiona is Professor of Global Legal Studies at the University of Birmingham
Date:
01/02/2017

Professor Francis Davis attends Holocaust Memorial Day Trust event

Professor Francis Davis attends Holocaust Memorial Day Trust event
Description
Professor Francis Davis attended a Holocaust Memorial Day Trust event in Westminster's QE2 Centre on Friday 27, 2017.
Date:
01/02/2017

Chinese New Year celebration

Chinese New Year celebration
Description
The School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music have marked the Chinese New Year with a special celebration which bought together staff and students.
Date:
01/02/2017
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