In Mariam Khan's 'It's Not About the Burqa' authors write personal stories about mental health, queer identity, divorce, feminism, and the hijab.
Most Islamophobic ideas around Europe centre on Islam being a violent religion, which is incompatible with western society. New research shows how this perspective can be countered.
Violence inspired by religious intolerance is increasing. In this era of turbulence and uncertainty, interfaith action may offer an important antidote.
Only 16% of people worldwide are not religious - but could the faith of those who are be explained by how we learn to form attachments and enjoy pretend play as children?
More than 70 years since the defeat of the Nazi Third Reich, the spectre of anti-Semitism still stalks Europe, with 90% of Jewish people across the EU saying it is a growing problem.
A deeper understanding of Muslim women's clothing could help tackle stereotypes around Islam.
A preliminary analysis of the 2018 midterm elections finds considerable continuity in the voting patterns of several key religious groups.
Churches are quietly creating low-income housing in areas around Washington - and cities across the United States are taking notice.
NEW DELHI, Sept 28 (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court lifted a ban rooted in a centuries-old tradition that prevented women of menstruating age from entering a prominent Hindu temple in so...
A new index on Islamophobia finds only 29% of Muslims say they are happy with the way the US is going - 12% less than last year.
New research looks at the reasons why Americans do - and don't - attend religious services.
Secular countries tend to be richer than religious ones, but why?
Soft power is an increasingly important part of India’s foreign policy, argues Shanatu Kishwar of the Observer Research Foundation; and Buddhism is a key component.
Economic development and environmental responsibility don't need to be at odds. We can build a new form of growth.
Nordic paganism - Ásatrúarfélagið - is Iceland's fastest growing religion.