Islamophobia in Australia Report I

The Islamophobia in Australia Report I critically analyses Islamophobia and its various manifestations in Australia since 2014. 

Find the report here.


Islamophobia in Australia Report II

The Islamophobia in Australia Report II offers a multi-faceted analysis of verified incidents reported to the Islamophobia Register in the two-year period from 2016 to 2017. 


Find the report here.


Freedom of Religion: a Focus on Serious Harms July 2020

Produced by the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC), this Position Paper examines some research on serious harms experienced by religious communities.


Find the position paper here


Mapping Social Cohesion: The Scanlon Foundation Surveys 2019

The Scanlon Foundation Mapping Social Cohesion national surveys enable annual tracking of public opinion on social cohesion, immigration and population issues in Australia. Among many things, this report explores attitudes towards specific faith groups. 


Find the report here.


Resilient Women Project Report

The Resilient Women Project addresses the complex patterns of Islamophobia and how it shapes prejudice against Muslim women in Victoria. 


Find the report here.


Race, Faith and Gender: Converging Discriminations Against Muslim Women in Victoria  

The Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights report investigates and documents racism experienced by Victorian Muslim women after the September 11 attacks. It also considers the impacts of such racism, as well as the perceptions of non-Muslims towards Muslims.


Find the report here.


Who Watches the Media? Race-related reporting in Australian mainstream media

This All Together Now report analyses a sample of opinion-based reports in the Australian media and called for stronger media regulations around race-based reporting.


Find the report here.


Social Commentary and Racism in 2019

All Together Now monitored mainstream Australian media for racialised reporting. Findings indicated that of the media pieces, 57% were negative when discussing race and Muslim women are most often targeted by negatively radicalised social commentary.


Find the report here.




Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us All

This Runnymede Trust report provides a comprehensive explanation of Islamophobia, its consequences throughout society, and sets out recommendations for practical action.


Find the report here.


Islamophobia: Still a Challenge for Us All

The Runnymede Trust report includes recommendations to address Islamophobia, evidence on Islamophobia within social domains and different perspectives on how to understand Islamophobia. 


Find the report here.


European Islamophobia Report 2019

The report assesses Islamophobia in Europe in 2019, through 32 separate country reports, and includes specific policy recommendations for civil society and politics.


Find the report here.


Islamophobia Defined: The inquiry into a working definition of Islamophobia

The All Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims arrived at a working definition through widespread consultation with parliamentarians, experts, lawyers, community activists and victim-led organisations, to give meaning to the word and nature of Islamophobia.


Find the report here.


CCIF Report 2019: Report of Islamophobia in 2018

The Collectif Contre L’Islamophobie en France (CCIF) report discusses Islamophobic incidents reported to the CCIF service, the evolution of Islamophobia in France between 2003 and 2018, and outlines recommendations for 2019.  


Find the report here.


Anti-Muslim Hate Crime 2014

The Muslim Engagement & Development (MEND) submission to the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights 2014 Hate Crime Report contains the details of anti-Muslim hate crimes and incidents across the UK. It also discusses positive developments in the environment for tackling Islamophobia in the UK.


Find the report here.