Muslim & non-Muslim Understanding

Muslim & non-Muslim Understanding

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8 November 2016

This case study reports on the role and importance of Islamic studies and faith in community Islamic schools in Adelaide and Darwin.

10 October 2016

This poll found a large majority (71%) are concerned about the possible rise of Islamist extremism in Australia, although 70% also believe Muslims in Australia should not be subject to additional scrutiny based on their religion.

7 October 2016

In September 2016, the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria consulted with a small cohort of ‘less visible’ faith leaders innovating within their separate faiths to provide pastoral care to people of diverse sexuality and gender in Victoria.

21 September 2016

This survey discusses a ban on Muslim immigration to Australia.

4 August 2016

This policy brief outlines the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria’s concerns over the consultation process involved with the Counter-Terrorism Legislation Amendment Bill (No.1) 2015.

15 July 2016

This bibliography lists nearly 1400 articles, books, reports and postgraduate dissertations about the settlement and resettlement of refugees in Australia since the end of the Second World War.

13 May 2016

This report traces the violent trajectory of Nazaruddin Mochtar, alias 'Abu Gar,' from his decision to join the Ambon conflict in 1999 to his arrest in connection with the Jakarta attack seventeen years later.

5 April 2016

It is argued that more countries restrict women’s ability to wear religious symbols or attire than require women to dress a certain way.

Journal Articles

21 November 2016

The discussion of identity formation in this paper is based on interviews with Muslim girls and women in Australia, Britain and the United States, aged between 15 and 30 years.

13 May 2016

This article explores the influence of cultural and religious beliefs and laws on how individuals make decisions about asset distribution through wills, drawing on a case study of Islamic will makers.

4 January 2016

In disallowing the inaccuracies of memory to infiltrate stories of war, one condemns oneself to remain forever blinded by the obvious, shielded from the invisible violence that often lurks beneath the visible.