In this special section of our Islamophobia Hub, we profile 11 highly effective projects, organisations and individuals which have all had a major impact on tackling Islamophobia. Read a brief overview of attitudes and polling here too.
Lallab develops debates, resources and tools for Muslim women to have a voice and change the narratives around them in France.
The Anti-Rumour Strategy promotes living together in diversity and reducing toxic narratives that distort local realities by working with a city's primary actors.
The Anti-Muslim Hatred Working Group brings together UK government officials and non-government experts to consider proposals tackling hate against Muslims.
Nisa-Nashim sets up groups of Muslim and Jewish women who build personal friendships and work on social initiatives in the UK and bridge the gap between the two communities.
Peter, a church leader, and Rehana, a Muslim volunteer, combat the far right’s divisive messages, including anti-Muslim rhetoric, and tackle community issues together in Luton.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations Arizona created a project to raise awareness around hate crimes against Muslims in the US.
The CST and Tell MAMA collaborated on a resource for victims of hate crimes to navigate the legal system and to understand their rights and the different outcomes of reporting an attack.
The European Network Against Racism advocates for racial equality and facilitates cooperation among civil society anti-racism actors to achieve legal victories at European level and counter negative policies.
HOPE not hate Bradford organiser and volunteers worked to prevent a march by the virulently anti-Muslim English Defence League (EDL) through public engagement, education and research.
MPower Change is an online organising platform to build grassroots Muslim power while advancing social justice causes in the US.
Maeril created an online illustrated guide on how to respond to anti-Muslim hatred. The cartoon went viral and has been used by groups around the world in a bid to make people more confident to intervene if they witness Islamophobia.