Current debates about integration, religious freedom and cultural diversity highlight growing levels of tensions between Muslim and non-Muslim communities in the US and Europe—most of which are founded on a lack of information.
This video project aims to provide a range of answers to questions at the heart of relations between Muslims and non-Muslims today. For example, what is Sharia law? What is the role of religion in the public space? And how have the Arab Spring revolutions begun to change that? What values do Muslim and non-Muslims share?
This is a joint project between the British Council's Our Shared Future program, the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Georgetown University's Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding and the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, featuring members of the Our Shared Future Opinion Leaders Network.