SEEK: Salford Environment for Expertise and Knowledge
Dr Muzammil Quraishi
Dr Muzammil Quraishi
postal addressAllerton L515, Frederick Road Campus, Salford, UK, M5 4WT.
email addressM.Quraishi@salford.ac.uk
telephone0161 295 3552
Key Memberships
Member of School: School of Health & Society
From August 2013 to present.
From October 2011 to August 2013.
Full Member of Research Centre: Centre for Social Research
From January 2010 to August 2015.
From August 2013 to August 2015.
Profile Summary
Muslims and Crime Religion and Discrimination in Prison Race Relations, Ethnicity and Crime Comparative Criminology Colonialism, Religion and Deviance.
Key Qualifications
1995
2005
2003
Key Projects
2018
Jun
2016
Mar
Inter-Generational networking study
Manchester City Council, 14,998.00.
Principal Investigator: M Quraishi (50%). Co-Investigator: C Birkbeck (50%).
2010
Feb
Evaluation of YCAP activities in Blackburn with Darwen
Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council, 44,971.00.
Principal Investigator: N Hazel (80%). Co-Investigators: T Patel (7%), A Clark (10%), M Quraishi (3%).
2008
Aug
Religion as Social Control: The Case of Muslim Ex-Offenders
Islamic Foundation, 7,000.00.
Investigator: M Quraishi (100%).
Key Publications
Authored Books
Refereed Journal Articles
Book Sections
Other Publications
Reviews
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2015
May

I Chaired this Conference hosted by Salford Professional Development. The focus was on multi-agency working to counter extremism with representatives and papers from NOMS, CPS, ASCL and UK Universities. 

2012
Nov

Building upon the first event in 2011, I was Involved in the planning of this second conference as well as Chairing the event.

Conference Presentations
2017
Nov
2017
Jun
2015
May

This paper explored the link between the broader ethnicity and crime debate whilst providing contrasting perspectives on Muslim prisoner conversion and radicalisation in the UK.

2015
Apr

A focus on the racialised and Islamophobic media & politicised social construction of CSE perpetrators.

2012
Nov
2011
Oct
2009
Feb
2008
Jul
2006
Sep
2005
May
2005
May
Consultancy Roles
2014
Jun

Member of External Advisory panel for this ESRC -funded project being undertaken by Dr Victoria Lavis, University of Bradford.

2013
Oct

Invited Participant to roundtable at MOJ HQ and ad hoc consultancy/advisory role

2010
Sep
2009
Jan
Invited Papers and Lectures
2015
Apr

Contribution to closed-door roundtable seminar on the impact of counter-radicalisation & counter violent extremism policies in the EU & USA. Organised by the Centre for European Policy Studies, Justice & Home Affair... more >>.

2015
Mar

The paper discussed the criminological significance of Muslim prisoner populations in England and Wales with a focus on religious rights, jurisprudence and the values of criminologists researching prisoners.

2015
Jan

Invited as sole speaker to launch the SEBP North at GMP, attended by the Chief Constable of GMP and Chaired by the Assistant CC.

 

2014
Nov

Part of the seminar series  'Ethics & the Law: Christian-Muslim Encounters'

2014
Sep
2011
Nov
2010
Dec
2010
Feb
2009
Oct
2007
Aug
2007
Feb

Wilton Park Conference 841 Countering Terrorism in Europe and North America: How Can a Community-Based Approach Be Developed? 26 Feb-28 Feb, 2007, Wiston House, West Sussex, UK.

2006
Nov
Media Appearances
2015
Apr

Interview for BBC North News on issue of foreign fighters in Syria

2015
Apr

Interview on the current affairs programme The Report

Other Evidence of External Esteem
2012
Nov

I was invited to contribute to this roundtable workshop prompted by the15th anniversary of the publication of the Runnymede Trust Report on Islamophobia. The event was organised by the Muslim Council of Britain and held at the ... more >>.

2011
Dec

Invited to plan & Chair the Symposium at Lancashire Police HQ.

Other Research Activity
2014
Mar

University of Leeds, Invited Participant

2011
Nov

participant

2011
Oct

workshop participant

2011
Oct

participant

2011
Apr

Chaired Symposium as part of the Muslim World Music Day event, University of Salford, 12 April 2011.