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Muslim Experiences of Hostility and Discrimination: Chicagoland, USA 2016

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Please take a few minutes to take part in this survey for IHRC's study on Muslim experiences of hatred in Chicagoland, USA


Survey: Muslim Experiences of Hatred, Hostility and Discrimination: Chicagoland, USA 2015

This questionnaire is entirely anonymous, and you do not have to give any information that can be used to identify you. It will take about 5 minutes, but please be patient.

This study is one of the first of its kind - we are trying to assess levels of hostility and discrimination against Muslims and those perceived to be Muslim, including hate crimes in different countries. By completing this questionnaire, you are contributing to the development of a model that can be used every year to research and tackle this problem. This questionnaire is a way of tackling underreporting and provides regular statistics to governments and local authorities that can be used to understand the problems Muslims face.

This will be IHRC's second survey in the USA. Its findings for California were published in 2013. For more information please click here.

Please click here to take the survey

Don't be a Silent Victim

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