Faith, Ethnicity and Place: Young People’s Everyday Geopolitics in Scotland

A research project focussing on the experiences of ethnic and religious minority young people has been published. The research was conducted by Newcastle, St Andrews and Edinburgh Universities from 2013-2015. It explores the experiences of young people growing up in urban, suburban and rural Scotland, focussing on everyday geopolitics and patterns of Islamophobia among ethnic and religious minority young people. Everyday geopolitics describes the way in which international, national and local issues (economic, political and social) shape, and are shaped by, people’s everyday lives in different contexts.

You can download the full final report here.

You can also access the Executive Summary here.

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‘Non-Muslim’ and Muslim youth: religious identities, Islmophobia and everyday geopolitics.

A seminar to discuss the findings of the above project will be held on Friday 4th of December 2015.

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If you would like to attend please e-mail to reserve your place.

You can find out more about project the by visiting the website here.