Sign the letter Dear Prime Minister, We write to commend the CRED report and its recommendations. The CRED Report’s key objective was a broad-based examination of the data and how it pertains to issues around ethnicity, equality, and disparities in our multi-ethnic democracy. It has helped advance our understanding of these issues. These raised […]
DDU asked liberal Muslims for their views on their experiences of life in Britain and their thoughts on the term Islamaphobia. Watch the video below.
Read DDU’s response to the recommendations on education in the CRED Report.
The CRED Report does not deny that racism exists, but it does maintain that not all disparities are incontrovertible proof of racism. Like any report, it has limitations and will not please everyone, but DDU welcomes it as a robust attempt to bring some objectivity into what has become an increasingly fraught and subjective discussion […]
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 […]
In early March DDU wrote an open letter to the FA expressing our concern over its ambivalent stance regarding BLM and players taking the knee (you can read our original letter here). We received a prompt reply that fails to address any substantial points and shows a lack of foresight regarding the impact its policy […]
We argue that the introduction of subjective criteria, combined with existing practical problems, exacerbates the likelihood of negative consequences of hate crime legislation.
Does hate speech law need to be updated or clarified? How has the situation changed in universities in the two years since the Committee’s report on the issue? Does everyone have equal protection of their right to freedom of expression?
Two DDU supporters argue why many universities are wrong to uncritically embrace the Universities UK Report, ‘Tackling Racial Harassment in Higher Education’
In November 2020, UUK issued a set of radical recommendations in its report “Tackling Racial Harassment in Higher Education”, in response to alleged endemic racism in British universities. Don’t Divide Us supporters in academia respond. Read more