Are you an expert on anti-Muslim hate?
The SAMIH campaign needs experts to assist with a major research project into online anti-Muslim hate.
This work will contribute towards a report, which will analyse the themes of this online hate in a systematic order, breaking down emerging problems and trends.
How can you help?
- Help build our sample of reported items by promoting the campaign
- Assist with the review of examples reported by the public
Email us for more information.
Our Current Experts Panel
- Denis MacEoin
- MacEoin has published extensively on Islamic topics, contributing to the Encyclopaedia of Islam, the Oxford Encyclopaedia of Islam in the Modern World, the Encyclopędia Iranica, the Penguin Handbook of Religions, journals, festschrifts, and books, and has himself written a number of academic books.
- Yin Paradies
- Professor Paradies conducts interdisciplinary research on the health, social and economic effects of racism as well as anti-racism theory, policy and practice. He has authored 128 publications including 85 peer-reviewed articles/book chapters.
- Imran Awan
- Imran Awan is the Deputy Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology at Birmingham City University (UK). He is an independent member of the UK Governments Cross Working Group on Anti-Muslim hatred, based in the Department for Communities and Local Government.
- Priscilla Brice
- Priscilla Brice is the founder and Managing Director of All Together Now, Australia's only national racism prevention charity. She was recently awarded a Churchill Fellowship that enabled her to visit, investigate and learn from antiracism NGOs in Europe and North America during 2014. Priscilla was also awarded a University of Western Sydney Community Award in 2013 for establishing the award-winning One Parramatta project and All Together Now more broadly.
- Andrew Jakubowicz
- Andrew Jakubowicz is Professor of Sociology at the University of Technology Sydney and Co-director of the UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Key Research Strength (Research Centre). He is also the Principal Investigator for the Cyber racism and community resilience research project (CRaCR), University of Technology Sydney. He has published widely in the fields of cultural diversity, social policy, refugees, Jewish cultural studies, media sociology, and new media.
- Anne Aly
- Dr Anne Aly is an Early Career Research Fellow at Curtin University. Her PhD explored the mediated fear of terrorism among Muslim communities and the broader community in Australia. She has published widely on diverse issues including Muslim identity, Muslim media activism, terrorism and the internet, the terrorism discourse and counter terrorism responses.
Anne is also the Founding Chairperson of People against Violent Extremism (PaVE)