"Maybe we are hated": The experience and impact of Anti-Muslim hate on British Muslim Women
A report by Dr Chris Allen and his team at the University of Birmingham based on data from Tell MAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim Hate).
The report discusses the disproportionate targetting of women in Anti-Muslim abuse and concludes that women showing 'visible identifiers' of 'Muslimness' - i.e. headscarves - suffer such abuse at higher levels.
The read the full report, click here or download the pdf.
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