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Reports & Journals

ISC conducts research and presents findings in accessible reports, dissecting the greatest propellers of Islamophobia.

Annual Conferences

The Islamophobia Studies Center holds annual conferences locally and internationally all around the world to allow scholars to present their research.

Live Video Series

The Islamophobia YouTube video series encompasses multiple lectures and cyclical shorts on definitions and examples of islamophobia to be used in the classroom.

Mobile App

The Islamophobia Reporting App sheds light on the problem of underreporting cases of islamophobia and provides accessible data to the general public and policymakers.

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Our Latest Publications

2021 Survey

Islamophobia, Muslim Saftey and Violence

The Islamophobia, Muslim Safety and Violence survey was designed on June 9 and administered from June 10 through midnight on June 13, 2021.  Survey data was collected from 1614 individuals in North America (the US and Canada), representing a sizable sample from Muslim communities.  Over the three days…

Vol. 6, Issue 2, Fall 2021

Islamophobia Studies Journal

Islamophobia, as a constructed term and a field of academic research, is undergoing a positive transformation and growth with all types of publications focusing on the subject. For the term’s circulation, a basic google search of Islamophobia garners millions of entries covering an expanding spectrum of topics and research areas, not all positive or constructive, which is to be expected and only affirms..

Academic Journals

In partnership with the Islamophobia Reseach & Documentation Project at UC Berkeley, we provide the only peer-reviewed academic research journal on Islamophobia biannually.

Reports

As part of challenging Islamophobia, the Islamophobia Studies Center conducts research and presents findings in accessible reports, dissecting the greatest propellers of Islamophobia.

Annual Conferences

The Islamophobia Studies Center holds annual conferences locally and internationally all around the world to combat Islamophobia.
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Mission

Vision

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Our Mission

Challenge Islamophobia, Impact Policy

The Islamophobia Studies Center is an educational not-for-profit research organization dedicated to countering the presence of Islamophobia in society through the use of applied research, civic engagement, education, and global classrooms.

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Our Vision

Justice. Equality. Equity.

The Center identifies community and campus partners around the world who assist in capacity building and expand the network of academic conferences around the world. We partner with community civil rights organizations like CAIR. The Center also develops courses and syllabi guidelines for classes focused on Islamophobia that provide students background on Islamophobia as well as an effective research methodology for data collection. We foster creative engagement on Islamophobia via the arts, poetry, and video productions.

Our Values

Our Values Define Our Work

Relevant data that reflects the ever changing islamophobia phenomenon in our contemporary moment.

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Islamophobia Reporting App

About the App

The purpose of this app is to enable individuals that have been subjected to legal, social, religious, and political discrimination, or on the receiving end of an anti-Muslim racist incident or hate crime, to document the situation.

Why is it Important?

We shed light on the problem of underreporting cases of lslamophobia.

How We Use the Data

The Center provides accessible monthly reports to the general public, and we develop surveys and reports based on the latest App reports.

Upcoming App Update

Video incident recording upload able to the App. We are attempting to gain access to servers to allow for this new feature.

Associated Scholars

Meet Some of the Center's Scholars

The Islamophobia Studies Center works with scholars all around the globe. These scholars are on the frontlines in challenging Islamophobia, bringing transparency, accountability, and change to affected communities all around the world.