our work

2015 – Claystone Publications

        1. Building Distrust: Religious Profiling in Primary Schools

          A critical analysis of the Prevent counter-radicalisation model implemented in primary schools.Exposing a hidden counter radicalisation programme in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. To read more or to download a copy of the report, please click below.

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        2. A Decade Lost: Rethinking Radicalisation and Extremism

          An in-depth study of the origins and fallout of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy. To read more or to download a copy of the report, please click below.

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2014 – Claystone Publications

        1. Muslim Charities – A Suspect Sector

          An in-depth report of the workings of the Charity Commission in relation to Muslim charities.  To read more or to download a copy of the report, please click below.

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        2. Claystone submission of evidence – Home Affairs Committee Inquiry into Counter Terrorism

          In July 2013, the Home Affairs Committee launched an inquiry into counter-terrorism.  The remit of the Home Affairs Committee is to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Home Office and its associated public bodies.  Claystone submitted evidence to the committee which was accepted and published in April 2014.  To read more about it and view our evidence, please click below.

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        3. The right to choose: Things you should know about the face-veil debate

          This briefing pack was constructed with the intention of providing important information surrounding the face-veil debate. This is particularly pertinent given that there is a bill in parliament to ban face veils that is due for a second reading on the 28th February 2014.

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        4. Access denied: Exploratory study investigating the cancellation of student Islamic society events across London universities

          This exploratory study surveyed student Islamic societies at 25 London universities and identified that since Jan 1st 2011 until July 1st 2013, at least 7 universities had cancelled 13 Islamic society events which involved visiting speakers.

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