The Equality and Human Rights Commission published its guidance on religion or belief in the workplace in December 2016. The guidance is part of a suite of final products from the Commission’s three-year programme of work on religion or belief, and includes their report ‘Religion or belief – is the law working?’
In August 2016 the Community Security Trust published their report, ‘Antisemitic incidents: January – June 2016’. The report recorded 557 anti-Semitic incidents in the first six months of this year, in contrast with 500 last year.
The Scottish Council of Jewish Communities published their report ‘What’s changed about being Jewish in Scotland’ in July 2016, highlighting the findings of their 2015 project.
The Tell MAMA Annual Report for 2015 finds that the number of offline incidents [of anti-Muslim hate] has trebled.
Scotland’s Prosecution Service published a report on hate crime in Scotland from 2015-16 on 10 June 2016. The report brings together figures on crime motivated by prejudice.
The European Network Against Racism (ENAR) produced a report ‘Forgotten Women’ on the impact of Islamophobia on Muslim women in June 2016.
The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) published its 2015 annual report in May 2016.
The Kantor Centre for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry at Tel Aviv University published its 2015 general analysis of anti-semitism worldwide in May 2016.
The first edition of the annual European Islamophobia Report (EIR) was published in May 2016. It recommends that Islamophobia be recognised as a crime and included in national statistics across Europe.
Maslaha and T2A have produced a report Young Muslims on Trial. The report is a scoping study on the impact of Islamophobia on criminal justice decision-making.