The Center for Islam and Religious Freedom (CIRF) engages in research, education, media, and advocacy at the intersection of Islam and religious freedom.
Through this research, CIRF is developing religious freedom EDUCATION for Muslims, the first of which will be offered at the Fairfax Institute in the fall of 2016.
As part of its media production, CIRF has translated religious freedom MEDIA by Muslims into over a dozen languages, including Arabic, French, Hausa, and Urdu. CIRF has also developed an online library of professionally-recorded audio versions of many of these translations.
In addition to its academic and research-based work, CIRF engages in ADVOCACY as a Muslim voice in support of religious freedom, and as a vehicle for Muslim participation in religious freedom advocacy.
Watch this 5 minute video for an introduction to CIRF: Center for Islam and Religious Freedom
Read more about CIRF's vision: "Religious Freedom: Arguments from Islam" by Areej Hassan, May 15, 2015.