This webinar introduces audience to the Muslims In Canada Data Initiative, covers available data, and what it does and doesn't tell us.
The Institute of Islamic Studies (IIS) is pleased to launch the Muslims in Canada Data Initiative (MiCDI).
MiCDI aims to improve the quality of data and understanding of Canadian Muslims to support better policies and decisions. MiCDI is made up of leading Canadian scholars and researchers examining large scale data sets about Muslims in Canada.
In this webinar, Dr. Abdie Kazemipur and Dr. Sarah Shah will share insights and details about the state of data on Muslims in Canada and what the data does and does not tell us.
Dr. Abdie Kazemipur – Professor of Sociology, Faculty of Arts, and Chair of Ethnic Studies, University of Calgary
Dr. Sarah Shah – Research Fellow, Institute of Islamic Studies, U of T
Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion and Q&A hosted by Professor Anver Emon (Director, Institute of Islamic Studies).