It is impossible to deny the value brought by such events to the host country, from messaging, to engagement and building of networks
Posts by Ziya Meral
Ziya Meral is a researcher and academic focusing on religion, violence and human rights issues. He worked as an advocate focusing on religious freedom in the Middle East, and was a Fellow at the US Commission on International Religious Freedom in Washington DC. He was one of the co-authors of the report “Article 18: An Orphaned Right” by the APPG on International Religious Freedom. He is a Research Associate at the Foreign Policy Centre and a PhD candidate in Politics at the University of Cambridge.Follow @
We would need help and support restructuring our civil service and our military. London should offer Ankara that assistance.
The terror attack in Ankara should act as a spur to greater co-operation. We need to support a country pivotal to protecting Europe’s borders.
Ziya Meral: Most Britons with migrant origins are natural Tories. Here’s why the Conservatives are losing them.
Most discussions are held as if there are no migrants in the room, and somehow migrants don’t hear what is being said about them.
Attempts in the past have too often been myopic or too focused on single religions.