MPAC Nigeria Launches Online Survey
on Discrimination of Muslims Based on Religion

Sunday, 5 December 2021 | 30 Rabiul Thani 1443 AH
MPAC Survey on Religious Bias

MPAC Nigeria Launches Online Survey on Discrimination of Muslims Based on Religion

Survey Link:

This national survey scans the discrimination and unfair treatment grounds of religion within the Nigerian society. Also, it is an attempt to learn how anti-Islam and anti-Muslim discriminations manifest. The goal of this exercise is pursuit of an ideal of a society that will be free of bigotry and discrimination for all Nigerians. A nation where there is no price-tag to being a Nigerian.

With the recent increase in lslamophobia related rhetoric and attitudes across the country, MPAC has launched this survey to assess the exposure of Muslims in Nigeria to discrimination based on religion.

This survey is part of a comprehensive campaign by MPAC to enable Muslim Nigerians to share personal perspectives on the prevalence of Islamophobia in Nigeria, including religious-related biases and discriminations, the role of bystanders and the systemic, historical, societal and structural barriers encountered in everyday life in Nigeria by Muslims.

As a Muslim, if you have witnessed or experienced discrimination (direct or indirect discrimination. Individual or institutional) or unfair treatment based on religious ground, then this survey is for you. This is irrespective of where and when such discriminatory behaviour or action took place.

Please fill the survey here

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