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Islam, Multiculturalism and the Lessons of Norway

Islam Multiculturalism and the Lessons of Norway

An event, held yesterday in the House of Lords to mark 12th September as a Global Interdependence Day, was entitled 'Islam, Multi-culturalism and the Lessons of Norway' and co-sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation. The programme had been organised by Prof. Lord Bhikhu Parekh, who sadly could not be present. The distinguished panel included, Mr Jan Gustav Strandanaeu, U.N. Consultant on Environmental issues, Dr Omar Khan, Research Director, Runnymede Trust, Imam Sajid, Chair of Muslim Council for Religious and Racial Harmony, Lord Frank Judd, Rabbi Jackie Tabick, Chair of World Council of Faiths, Dr Varun Uberoi, Lecturer at Brunel University, and the programme was chaired by Professor Lord Kamlesh Patel. The event was co-sponsored by the Gandhi Foundation, Runnymede Trust, Universal Peace Federation and Civ-World (U.S.A.).

Islam Multiculturalism and Lessons of Norway

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Mr Jan Gustav Strandanaeu

U.N. Consultant on Environmental issues

Dr Omar Khan

Research Director, Runnymede  Trust

Imam Sajid

Chair, Muslim Council for Religious and Racial Harmony,

Rabbi Jackie Tabick (tbc),

Chair, World Council of Faiths

Dr Varun Uberoi

Lecturer, Brunel University

Chair

Professor Lord Kamlesh Patel