This panel discussion aims to explore the future of Europe in Islam. Islam is frequently cited as Europe’s fastest growing religion, and its followers have increasingly been in the spotlight. The rise of the far right across Europe together with a growing confident Muslim identity raises interesting questions about the role that Europe is playing in shaping the future of Islam and Muslims living in the west.
The invited panel of speakers will set out their vision for the future of Europe in Islam and engage with each other in a lively debate and discussion. Members of the audience will be able to put forward their questions for the panellists to discuss.
UCL Chemistry Auditorium
Christopher Ingold Building
20 Gordon Street
London WC1H 0AJ
The venue is short walk from Euston (Northern and Victoria lines) or Euston Square (Hammersmith & City, Circle and Metropolitan lines) tube stations; or, if you want a scenic walk through Bloomsbury, Russell Square (Piccadilly line) or Goodge Street tube stations (Northern Line). (Streetmap link.)
You can purchase tickets online (cost £7.50). All proceeds go towards supporting MYH's services.