IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission)

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    We work with different organizations from Muslim and non-Muslim backgrounds, to campaign for justice for all peoples regardless of their racial, confessional or political background.

    Our research work includes submitting reports to governments and international organizations, writing articles, monitoring the media, cataloguing war crimes and producing research papers on hate crime, discrimination, the nature of human rights and so on.

    Our work at the UN brings together different aspects from all of IHRC’s work.

    The campaigns section produces alerts and works on short and long term campaigns, often including organizing vigils, letter writing campaigns, exhibitions etc.

    Our advocacy involves referring and taking on discrimination cases and cases that we can offer real assistance on.

    TypePrivate
    HQWembley, GB
    Websiteihrc.org.uk

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    IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) Office Locations

    IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) has an office in Wembley
    Wembley, GB (HQ)
    202 Preston Rd
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    IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) Financials and Metrics

    IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) Revenue

    GBPFY, 2005FY, 2006FY, 2007FY, 2008FY, 2009FY, 2010FY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

    Cash

    8.2k817.0140.010.5k10.8k4.1k2.9k42.7k7.6k45.1k77.8k25.7k

    Accounts Receivable

    708.09.4k17.1k23.3k35.3k12.0k447.01.5k60.0k81.4k

    Inventories

    1.4k1.4k4.3k2.3k2.0k1.5k1.4k

    Current Assets

    9.5k2.9k13.8k29.8k36.2k39.4k14.8k44.1k9.0k45.1k78.3k27.2k60.0k81.4k
    FY, 2005

    Financial Leverage

    1.2 x
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    IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) Blogs

    Event Report: Author Evening with Na'ima B. Robert – Show Up

    Read about the author evening with Na'ima B Robert and her book 'Show Up'

    Zionists target Muslim university tutor

    PRESS RELEASE – A Muslim course tutor has escaped disciplinary action after a politically motivated attack on his employment by pro-Israel groups was knocked back by his university. Raza Kazim, a course leader for maths PGCE at Middlesex University, has been told he will face no action over the alle…

    How did Israel go from Pariah to become God’s Chosen Nation in the Balkans?

    Olsi Jazexhi looks at the often overlooked history of pro-Palestinian sentiment and pro-Israel lobbying in the Balkans.  This history, he argues, is an essential portent for other countries. The demise of the Soviet Union constituted a turning point in the relations of many Balkan states not only wi…

    Liberating Lebanon and Decolonising the Discourse that Occupies It

    Whilst mainstream media has (often reluctantly) been forced to report major Israeli wars and attacks on Palestinians, the daily incursions into Lebanon are rarely acknowledged.  This normalisation of colonial violence against the people of Lebanon is intertwined with the oppression of Palestinians, …

    Terrorism Got COVID: Or, The Constant-Threat News-Culture We Live In

    The Corona virus pandemic has had the effect of exposing the news culture that permeates first world life in a variety of ways, argues Ian Almond.  Looking back at the development of the idea of ‘threat’, and the media’s role in supporting political narratives, he suggests the break from non-stop co…

    Why We Need to Get Beyond Regimes of Anti-terrorism, and Fast

    From the unabashed appointment of an Islamophobe to review the UK’s counter-terrorism laws, to the social engineering intentions and impacts, the British government continues to marginalise  Muslims.  Massoud Shadjareh argues that getting beyond the agenda set by the Prevent policy by looking at the…
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    IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) Frequently Asked Questions

    • Who are IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) competitors?

      Competitors of IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) include Hivos, Citizen Potawatomi Nation and Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.

    • Where is IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) headquarters?

      IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) headquarters is located at 202 Preston Rd, Wembley.

    • Where are IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) offices?

      IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) has an office in Wembley.

    • How many offices does IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) have?

      IHRC (Islamic Human Rights Commission) has 1 office.