Successive generations face issues of identity and citizenship. The question of who we are, as a nation and as individuals, is very prevalent at this present time especially amongst young British Muslims who live in a fast-moving and technologically advanced society. It attracts a great deal of media attention and it can be argued that much of the analysis of this topic is critical and often lacking depth.
As a society we need to understand one another across cultural and faith boundaries. In our diverse communities around the country people live, study and work alongside one another, sometimes without fully understanding each other. This project aims to address a few of the negative perceptions and stereotypes surrounding young British Muslims. Through the Website and Publications (Documents Restricted, Please contact me to view), I aim to show how young people feel and think about Muslims in Great Britain. (2011: London College of Communication, Identity, Print & Web)