Australian Muslims’ experiences of policing and surveillance
PublisherMuslims Police-community relations CALD Police Surveillance Law enforcement Lived experience Australia
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This study aims to examine Australian Muslims’ perspectives and attitudes towards law enforcement agencies. It also examines the broader implications of this relationship, especially on Muslims’ social activism, sense of being respected as full citizens and capacity to advocate for change in areas that affect Muslim lives in Australia. This study paints a complex picture of the diversity in Muslim communities and the array of experiences.
The Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights 2021
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21 Oct 2021