The Muslims in Britain Research Network (MBRN) was established to encourage and promote the study of Muslims and Islam in Britain. It brings together academics, professionals, teachers, researchers, students, journalists and practitioners.
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The MBRN mailing list exists so that members may share their recent research and activities, ask questions about research issues, put ideas forward for evaluation, and participate in discussions.
To join the mailing list, please visit the MBRN Yahoo Group page and click on the Join This Group! button. Please make sure to include a short statement about yourself in order to establish eligibility to join the Network.
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Keep up to date with news, links, event announcements and more through the MBRN’s twitter account.
Our next event will be taking place at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies on Wednesday 16th September. It will focus on the very important issue of ‘Poverty and Muslims in Britain’, and will feature a keynote speech by Professor Anthony Heath from Oxford University ‘How can we explain the high Muslim levels of poverty [in the UK]?’. The day will include academic and practitioners responses, as well as, the MBRN AGM, academic networking and a tour of the new OCIS building. More information can be found at http://www.mbrn.org.uk/event-poverty-and-british-muslims-identifying-problems-and-proposing-solutions/