Whilst approximately 80 per cent of Indians identify as Hindu, India is also home to other religious groups including Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists and Zoroastrians.
Our research in India has been around deepening our understanding intersecting vulnerabilities experienced by religious minorities living in poverty – looking at both disabilities and the impact of Covid-19.
Our work in India
This eBook, edited by Mariz Tadros, is about the individual and collective struggles of the religiously marginalised to be recognised and their inequalities, religious or otherwise, redressed. It is also about the efforts of civil society, governments, multilateral actors, and scholars to promote freedom of…
Since researching the experiences of gender discrimination against women in poverty who belong to religious minorities, many fellow feminists have turned their back on me.…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
On International Day of Freedom of Religion or Belief, we are delighted to share our newly published eBook “What about us? Global Perspectives on Redressing…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
This study, conducted between November 2020 and March 2021 in India and Nigeria, explored the direct and indirect effects of Covid-19 on religiously marginalised groups…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
This policy briefing, by Dr Jo Howard and an Indian co-author (who must remain anonymous for reasons of personal safety) draws on research with religious…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
This Policy Briefing by Stephen Thompson, Brigitte Rohwerder and Clement Arockiasamy, draws on research which explored explores how intersecting identities in India (faith, class, gender,…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
This Working Paper by Stephen Thompson, Brigitte Rohwerder and Clement Arockiasamy, explores how intersecting identities in India (faith, class, gender, disability), influence the experience of…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
On World Day for Cultural Diversity and Dialogue, Mariz Tadros argues that the global threat we must confront is not only the protection of cultural and…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
Since the declaration of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, CREID has adapted its programme of work and responded to redress the increased impact of Covid-19…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
This article by Mariz Tadros, Maryam Kanwer and Jaffer Mirza, interrogates whether we should consider ‘religious marginality’ as a qualifier much like the exploration of…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
While there is growing scholarship on the intersectional nature of people’s experience of marginalisation, analyses tend to ignore religion-based inequalities. A lack of Freedom of…VIEW THIS RESOURCE