BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 11. On March
15-16, the Baku International Multiculturalism Center (BIMC), the
Center of Analysis of International Relations (AIR Center) and the
G20 Interfaith Forum will set up a global convention
devoted to the International Day to Combat Islamophobia themed
“Islamophobia as a Specific Form of Racism and Discrimination: New
Global and Transnational Challenges”, the press companies of the
BIMC and the AIR Center advised Trend.
The major objective of the convention is to offer for a tutorial
dialogue platform on the alarming developments concentrating on Muslims and
Muslim-populated international locations at worldwide and nationwide ranges.
The convention, which is able to convey collectively scientists, consultants of
worldwide organizations, non secular figures and representatives
of non-governmental organizations from 32 international locations, will function
discussions on completely different approaches within the battle in opposition to
Islamophobia, manifestation of Islamophobia in some European
international locations, Islamophobia within the worldwide media.
15 March was designated because the “International Day to Combat
Islamophobia” on the session of the Organization of Islamic
Cooperation (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), held in
Niamey, Niger, on 27-28 November 2020. In 2022, the United Nations
General Assembly adopted a decision declaring March 15 as
“International Day to Combat Islamophobia”.