Videos from British Islam Conference 2018

Videos from British Islam Conference 2018

At the third British Islam Conference, we had close to 60 speakers talking on a diverse range of subjects. Anything from abortion to atheism, and from politics to apostasy! Here you can watch all of the talks that were filmed during the weekend. 

- British Islam Conference 2018 highlights

- Opening introduction to the British Islam Conference 2018 from Dilwar Hussain

- Keynote speech by Mona Siddiqui

- Keynote speech by Ziba Mir-Hosseini

- Omar Khan, Islamophobia: still a Challenge for Us All

- Sofia Buncy, Muslim women in prison: the untold story

 - Peter Mandaville, The challenge of putting Islam in context

- Rosie Carter, Lessons from the National Conversation on Immigration  

- Chris Hewer, Fazlur Rahman: struggling to speak about the process of revelation

- Imtiaz Shams, A Muslim's guide to Ex-Muslims

- Fahad Rahman, Expanding the focus: reformist identities and discourses within British Muslims

- Lena Larsen, Freedom of religion and expression in Islam: introductory notes on blasphemy and apostasy

- Richard McCallum, Christian perceptions of British Islam

- Ibrahim Ikhlaf, Beliefs of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community

- Farouk A. Peru, The last idol: how Prophet Muhammad became a false god of the Muslims

- Raya al-Jadir, How accessible is Islam for disabled followers?

- Batool al-Toma, Conversion to Islam: between isolation and integration

- Edwin Shuker, Jews and Muslims: shared ancestry and values

- Hashi Mohamed, Adventures in social mobility

- Rashad Ali, Humanist philosophy in Islamic and Jewish thought and morality

- Jeremy Rodell, Why we should all be secularists

- Dilwar Hussain, Do we worship God or Islam?

- Samia Rahman, Critical thinking in an age of Islamophobia

- Giles Goddard, Changing the Church’s attitudes on LGBTI Christians

- Shulamit Ambalu, Journeys to wholeness: changing the Jewish community and changing Jewish LGBT lives

- Shanon Shah, Is LGBT activism Islamophobic?

- Julie Siddiqi, What should Muslims do about #MeToo and #TimesUp?

- Zahrah Awaleh, Hajar: lessons of faith and wilderness survival for our times

- Anabel Inge, Salafi women in Britain: myths and realities

- Elizabeth Pearson, Masculinity and Al Muhajiroun

- Akeela Ahmed & Laura Marks, Muslims and Jews – can addressing hatred in the UK be a shared agenda for change?

- Tom Wilson, Talking for the good of the system? The example of the Dialogue Society’s approach

- Rashida Islam, It’s not about right or wrong, it’s about choice

- Rabiha Hannan, Friends beyond belief

- Jasvir Singh, ‘All are Nature’s creation’: Sikhs and Muslims in modern Britain

- Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, Thinking in Islam

- Pnina Werbner, ‘British Islam’: traditional, cosmopolitan and counter-cosmopolitan

- Nimmisha Aslam, British Muslims in sport and going beyond “integration”

- Mamadou Bocoum, The Qur’an needs a new translation to help fight extremism

- Hifsa Haroon-Iqbal, Prevent: an unexpected journey

- Shamim Miah, Muslims, schooling and self-segregation

- Hena Ahsan and Maham Sadiq, Let’s talk: breaking the silence on child sexual exploitation

- Naved Siddiqi, Dying well

- Arfah Farooq, Searching for Muslims in tech

- Michael Privot, Reconfiguring faith through historical sciences

- Shamil Aloprado, Why Muslims shouldn’t eat meat