A 37-year-old interfaith charity has said it is preparing for “imminent closure” as levelling up secretary Michael Gove considers withdrawing funding over concerns regarding one of its trustees, a former deputy secretary general of MCB, reports Civil Society.
Experts on the harms of the Prevent strategy have warned about the dangers teenagers face in the education sector thanks to the the “climate of fear” created by Prevent.
Sikh lawyers released a report stating that the Bloom Review is fundamentally flawed both in its methodology and in its outcome with respect to the Sikh community.
Prevent Watch was among at least 3 UK based NGOs that submitted concerns about children’s rights which have featured in last month’s publication of a report by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
The Shawcross Review does not address the harms of Prevent scrutiny of children, and specifically Muslim children. Rather, its recommendations will accentuate them.
The second of a two-part series unpacking the Bloom Review, this incisive and thorough essay by a Concerned Muslim’s blog is a must read.
Yusuf Patel of the SRE Islam podcast ‘The Parental Guidance’ considers the LGBTQ+ programme and the Prevent strategy, with Dr Laila Aithadj.
Yahya Birt argues that the Bloom Review disproportionately focuses on Britain’s non-Christian religious minorities, urging further extensions of counter-extremism measures into Muslim civil society.
A sweeping review of the relationship between religion and state by Colin Bloom, will make recommendations urging more aggressive action.
Manchester resident Shabnam Kulsoom says MI5, the media and Tommy Robinson owe Manchester Muslims an apology, following the exoneration of Didsbury Mosque.