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Policing, Protest and Conflict: Report Into the Policing of the London Gaza Demonstrations in 08-09

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A Report into the policing of the London Gaza demonstrations in 2008 – 2009 released today.

Europe's Shame: Anti-Muslim Hatred and the Roma of Bulgaria

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 Based on the report submitted to UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

Report of the Trial Monitor in the Karzakan and Ma’ameer cases, Bahrain, 2009

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The IHRC sent Abed Choudhury to monitor the verdict hearing of 19 Bahraini men charged with killing a police officer. 

Turkey's Failure to Implement its Responsibilities Towards Headscarved Women

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In its latest report the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) examines the plight of Turkish women due to the ongoing headscarf ban, with reference to the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

Aftermath: Gaza in the Days After the 22 Day War

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by Musthak Ahmed and Fahad Ansari. A diary account of two lawyers who visited Gaza to collect testimony from victims of the 22 Day War.

Towards a New Liberation Theology: Reflections on Palestine

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Compilation of papers presented at the conference 'Towards a New Liberation Theology: Reflections on Palestine', held in June 2005.

For Liberty?

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 The Impact of the French Ban on the Islamic Headscarf and other Religious Symbols in Schools.

Muslim Profiling

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Questions Regarding Police Strategy and Policy With Regard to the Pro-Israel Rally and Counter-demonstration on 6th May 2002

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