Islamophobia is on the rise. This is how we can tackle it
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.
Amina Easat-Daas's research expertise primarily lies within the areas of Islamophobia studies, and especially its gendered dimensions. Prior to commencing her role at the University of Leeds, she completed her PhD at Aston University and examined the nature of Muslim women's politcal participation in France and Belgium.