The Register’s academic reports are a first of its kind in Australia and helped bridge a unique gap in terms of research in this under-resourced area. The impact of the reports are still evident as the report findings are quoted whenever Islamophobia in the Australian context is addressed.
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The Islamophobia Register in partnership with Charles Sturt University and ISRA is proud to publish the fourth Islamophobia Report on 21st March 2023 on the UN declared International Day to Eliminate Discrimination. It also marks 4 years on from the Christchurch Terror Attack.
This report covers data between 2020-2021 but also compiles data since 2014 when the Register was founded.
Previous Islamophobia in Australia Reports
Islamophobia is permitted by silence and enabled by bystander inaction — but this shows how it can be prevented
‘Let’s rip it off her head’: new research shows Islamophobia continues at disturbing levels in Australia
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