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- Bickley, P. and Mladin, N., Religious London, Theos, June 2020.
- Community Security Trust, Antisemitic Incidents, Report January-June 2020.
- Cooling,T. with Bowie, B. and Panjwani, F., Worldviews in Religious Education, Theos, 2020
- Hopkins, P., Clayton, J. and Tell Mama, Islamophobia and Anti-Muslim Hatred in North East England, Newcastle University, 2020.
- Lewis H., Lonergan G,, Murray, R., Tomalin E., and Waite L., Faith responses to modern slavery, January 2020.
- Muslim Council of Britain, Together in Tribulation: British Muslims and the COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020.
- Centre for Media Monitoring, How the British Media Reports Terrorism, 2020.
- National Secular Society, Faithshaped holes: How religious privilege is undermining equality law, 2020.
- Pennington, M., Cohesive Societies: Faith and Belief, Faith & Belief Forum, 2020.
- Perfect, S., Bridging the Gap: Economic Inequality and Church Responses in the UK, Theos, 2020.
- Scott-Baumann, A., Guest, M. Naguib, S. Cheruvallil-Contracto. S and Phoenix A., Islam on Campus: Contested Identities and the Cultures of Higher Education in Britain, Oxford University Press, 2020.
- The Sikh Network, COVID-19 Coronavirus Impact on the UK Sikh Community, 2020.
- Trades Union Congress, Talking about Antisemitism, 2020.


- David Barclay Sacha Hilhorst, ‘Holy Alliances: Church-Secular Partnerships for Social Good’, DEMOS, September 2019.
- Muslim Council of Britain, ‘Elderly and End of Life Care for Muslims in the UK’, August 2019.
- British Social Attitudes 36, Religion, London, The National Centre for Social Research.


- Clarke, Ch. and Woodhead, L., ‘A New Settlement Revised: Religion and Belief in Schools’, Westminster Faith Debates, July 2018.
- Commission on Religious Education in England and Wales, "Religion and Worldviews: The Way Forward – A National Plan for RE".
- Rose, Christine, "TRANSforming Churches: A Practical Guide for the Inclusion of Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People in the Church", Open Church Network.
- Ipsos Mori, Social Research Institute, A Review of Survey Research on Muslims in Britain.
- Home Office, Applying Sharia Law in England and Wales: Independent Review.
- Advance HE, Religion and belief: supporting inclusion of staff and students in higher education and colleges.


- Elahi, Farah and Khan, Omar, Islamophobia. Still a challenge for us all, 20th-anniversary Report, Runnymede Trust, November 2017.
- Church in Action, "A National Survey of Church Based Social Action".
- Davie, Grace, Religion in Public Life: Levelling the Ground, Theos.
- National Secular Society, "Separating Church and State: The Case for Disestablishment".
- Singh, Jasjit, "The Idea, Context, Framing and Realities of ‘Sikh Radicalisation’ in Britain", Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats.


- Hervé Maurey, Les collectivités territoriales et le financement des lieux de culte, étude de législation comparée, March 2015.
- Campaign against Antisemitism: Annual Antisemitism Barometer 2015.
- The Office of National Statistics Census in England and Wales:
Religion in England and Wales 2011.
- Equality and Human Rights Commission Research:
Religion or belief, equality and human rights in England and Wales.
- Department for Communities and Local Government: Race, Religion and Equalities: A report on the 2009–10 Citizenship Survey.
- Bikhu Parekh, Report of the Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain, Runnymede Trust, 2000.

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