International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding

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The International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding (MnM) promotes critical scholarship and research that helps to improve understanding and relations between Muslims and non-Muslims. It is socially engaged and contributes to both academic and public debates. It presents new ways of thinking about contemporary communities and cultures, offering us the chance to re-imagine our world. The MnM Centre is a research concentration of the Hawke Research Institute at the University of South Australia

Link to organisation: http://www.unisa.edu.au/Research/International-Centre-for-Muslim-and-non-Muslim-...

Source Acronym: MnM

Owning Institution: University of South Australia

Source Type: Education

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Report
21 March 2016

This case study explores how Muslim and non-Muslim students, school leadership, counsellors, teachers and parents reflect on, interpret and manage the experience of engagement and exchange in the...

Working paper
13 January 2016

This project explores the dynamic trajectories that ‘Hazara Afghan Australian Muslims’ take as they negotiate through their multiple sense of identities in each of these categories.

Report
13 January 2016

This report investigates how demographic factors such as age, religion, place of residence, employment status and political views affect the likelihood that someone is Islamophobic, feels socially...

Report
10 January 2016

On 27 November 2015, the MnM Centre partnered with Welcome to Australia to hold an Older Migrants Forum, devised as a pilot project aimed at testing the value of intercultural discussions between...

Working paper
6 December 2015

One of the factors demonstrated by racial or religious segregation is people’s preference for residential homophily – the tendency of like-minded people to gather in the same places.

Working paper
4 December 2015

In the case of Palestinians confronting an exponentially more powerful foe, only the most creative and carefully planned protests, attracting the greatest possible media coverage and with the...

Working paper
1 December 2015

This working paper focuses on how engagement in media production, through a community radio project, can assist in the settlement experiences of young people of refugee background.

Briefing paper
1 December 2015

This report seeks to decenter the dominant discourse of criminality and gang-violence which has become wedded to Lyari Town, Karachi, Pakistan.

Conference paperWorking paper
1 December 2015

This paper examines some of the acute development, freedom and knowledge deficits in the Muslim world and discusses explanatory frameworks which may account for them.

Conference paperWorking paper
1 December 2015

The relationship between religion and the state in Muslim countries has become a much debated and discussed issue among scholars of Islam and Muslim societies.

Content Associated with International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding

Report
16 December 2015

This report funded by the International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding, investigates the challenges newly arrived African refugees in Australia face and how they perceive local...

Article
14 October 2015

Professor Riaz Hassan writes how the relative deprivation of Indian Muslims will create social and political conditions that may undermine India's political stability.

Article
9 October 2015

We risk pathologising everything about young Muslim lives. Schools, homes, their whereabouts, their friends - they all become watched. This is unlikely to lead to the desired results.

Audio interview
8 October 2015

People who identify as Muslim make up just over 2% of the Australian population. Yet if you watch, listen or read the Australian news you would be led to believe it is much more. In light of the...

Article
8 October 2015

India, poised to have the most Muslims by 2050, grapples to control resentment and lack of opportunities.

Journal article
7 October 2015

On 11 December 2005 at Sydney’s Cronulla Beach about 5000 Australians, mostly young men from Sutherland Shire, wrapped themselves in Australian flags and asserted that Cronulla Beach belonged to...

Book
5 October 2015

In Britain's highly politicised social climate in the aftermath of the 7/7 London bombings, Young British Muslims: Identity, Culture, Politics and the Media provides an in-depth...

Article
27 September 2015

A pro-Muslim Malay "Redshirts" movement in Malaysia has emerged from the politically charged interaction between three key organising principles in Malaysian public life: race, religion and a...

Journal article
23 September 2015

Since 1957, Malaysian public life has been organized around “race, religion and royalty”, as championed and defended by the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO). This article explores how...

Journal article
10 September 2015

This article examines Iraqi political developments in the last few years and argues that unless a constitutional mechanism for proper dispersal of political powers across Iraq's regions and...

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