22 Apr
  • By IOPHR
  • Cause in Hanover

Countering Extremism in Society: An Academic Perspective

22 April 2016, Hannover, Germany – An academic conference took place in the University of Hannover, discussing the issues of extremism in society that exist in the name of religion. It was conducted by Religious Scholar and Theologist, Prof. Dr. Peter Antes, Professor of Sociology, Dr. Dawud Gholamasad, and Jurist-Scholar and Human Rights Activist, Dr. Seyed […]

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13 Apr
  • By IOPHR
  • Cause in London

How to Protect Society from Extremism?

13 April 2016, London – IOPHR organised a conference consisting of members of the UK Parliament, academics, public service officials, and representatives of educational institutions. The aim of the conference was to discuss the growing threat of extremism being conducted in the name of religion within our society. An in-depth analysis was presented on this […]

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11 Apr
  • By IOPHR
  • Cause in Islamic extremism-Virtual

Countering the Rise of Extremism in Europe

11 April 2016 – A report on Europe’s World publication on the topic of security, which featured an article by Dr. Azmayesh, on the topic of countering the rise of extremism in Europe. The recent tragic events in Brussels were proof of the need to discuss the growing issue of extremism, and figure out a […]

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24 Feb
  • By IOPHR
  • Cause in parliament magazine-Virtual

Protecting Democratic Values and Freedoms from the Vices of Extremism

24 February 2016 – A report on the publication by Parliament Magaznie, that featured an article by Dr. Azmayesh, the founder of IOPHR, a Jurist-Scholar and Human Rights Activist. The article focuses on ways to safeguard democracy and protect our social structure against extremism, by addressing core issues so as to make well-informed and proactive […]

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20 Feb
  • By IOPHR
  • Cause in London

The Transcendence of Music and Art: Works of Rumi – A Cultural Series

20 February 2016, London – This music concert is part of IOPHR’s cultural series, showcasing the Pearl Emsemble from Germany and Soveida from England. The performances showcased the famous works of Rumi, the poet of love. The music embodied the principles of peace and harmony as foundations of humanity. The universal language of music was used […]

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20 Feb
  • By IOPHR
  • Cause in London

The Transcendence of Music and Art – A Cultural Series

20 February 2015, London – IOPHR organised a music concert, as a part of its cultural series, with the aim of embracing multi-culturalism and bringing the community together with the universal language of art and music. The message of unity and diversity was supported by recitation of poetry and music performances. The event showcased the […]

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