18 May
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“Are Women’s Rights in Islam Compatible with Modern Society?” – Event held at University of Warwick

18th May 2018 – The International Organisation to Preserve Human Rights (IOPHR) organised an event titled “Are Women’s Rights in Islam Compatible with Modern Society?” in association with the Warwick Conservatives, held at the University of Warwick. Speakers at the event included MEP Anthea McIntyre, part of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group representing the […]

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06 Dec
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Science & Spirituality – Creation and Human History According to Sacred Scriptures

On 6th December, 2017, an academic event was organised at the University College London, titled ‘Science & Spirituality – Creation and Human History According to Sacred Scriptures’. This event was organised by the Intercultural Centre (ICC) in association with IOPHR. The speakers at the event were Mr. Jay Lakhani, a theoretical physicist and speaker on […]

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06 Dec
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UK Parliament: Are Human Rights and Islam compatible?

6 December 2016, London – A conference titled “Are Human Rights and Islam Compatible?” was organised by IOPHR, and hosted by the Rt. Hon. George Howarth MP in the UK Parliament. The speakers at the conference included Commander Mak Chishty, responsible for the Hate Crime Department at Metropolitan Police in London, the Rt Hon Baroness […]

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26 Nov
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World Religions, World Peace and World Ethics

26 November 2016, Potsdam, Germany – The exhibition of “World religions – World peace – World ethics” was organised by ‘Anders als du glaubst’, or ‘Different Than You Believe’ Organisation, which consisted of an extensive academic and multi-cultural programme that ran from 18th October to 30th November, with IOPHR being one of the presenters. The […]

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09 Oct
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Principles of Human Rights, Tolerance and Altruism

9 October 2016, Göttingen, Germany – This event was hosted by the “Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker” (The Society for Threatened People), in association with IOPHR. The interactive seminar was based on the discussion and debate about human rights principles, gender-equality and gender-based violence, and the importance of humanity as a foundational concept in our society. […]

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05 Oct
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The Compatibility of Human Rights Principles and Religious Values

5 October 2016, Hannover, Germany – In a dialogue between Religious Scholar and Professor on Islam for over 40 years, Dr. Peter Antes from the University of Hannover, and Jurist-Scholar, Human Rights Activist and Quran expert Dr. Seyed Azmayesh, the focus of the academic discussion was the compatibility of human rights principles and the core […]

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