Over the last couple of years Don’t Divide Us (DDU), a grassroots organisation, has been punching above its weight with successes in raising issues in the media and with politicians. To capitalise on this and to move to a more professional footing we are in the process of appointing new members to the team.
At a recent Don’t Divide Us Academic Group event, Professor Elizabeth Rata argued that: In the end a nation has to decide whether knowledge is universal and separable from the social group, or whether it is irredeemably knowledge of the powerful. If you abdicate from the idea of universal knowledge, then you de facto retreat into […]
Two reports published this year have drawn completely different conclusions about the causes of remaining racial disparities in UK society.
Don’t Divide Us hosting UK Premiere of Martin Durkin’s ‘The Great American Race Game’ documentary film on 1 July
VIDEO: DDU members discuss the CRED report with some of the report’s commissioners.
DDU asked liberal Muslims for their views on their experiences of life in Britain and their thoughts on the term “Islamaphobia”.
From Samuel Paty in France last year, and more recently events at Batley Grammar School, it is clear that we need to hear liberal Muslim voices in the public sphere so traditionalists do not control the narrative. Liberal-minded people of all religions and colour should be able to disagree and offend without fear of institutional […]
Public Meeting: How Accusations of Islamophobia Are Used to Silence Dissent. In the wake of the Batley Grammar School incident, five people of Muslim heritage have spoken out against against Islamist extremism and in favour of a liberal society. They are worried that accusations of ‘Islamophobia’ are used by Islamists and so-called liberals to silence […]