Curriculum for Cohesion is a research programme based at SOAS, University of London. We believe that well-researched ideas can develop minds to heal a fractured world. We are producing a systematic philosophy of contemporary Islam and applying it to address the educational needs of researchers, the judiciary, the media, the prison service and schools.
Former MP for Blackburn and former Co-chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Islamophobia
The Woolf Institute is dedicated to studying relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims throughout the ages
Published by The Journal of Critical Realism 4 August 2015
Curriculum for Cohesion talks at the University of Leiden about bridging the ‘unserious’ gap between Islamic Studies and the experience of Islam