To have multiculturalism, the public sphere must accommodate the presence of new group identities: Prof Tariq Modood

The lecture explained why we must value our citizenship and how it should be about our sense of belonging. Prof. Modood said that “we belong to our citizens, and we belong to our co-citizens”. Multiculturalism, therefore, cannot succeed without people valuing their citizenship. It retells the national story/ history so that minorities can be included in it and wants the story to be inclusive, plural, and multicultural while ensuring that these stories are narrated so that they are not stigmatising. He asserts,” to have multiculturalism, the public sphere must accommodate the presence of new group identities.” Public educational institutions and political organisations should work as the machines of reformation retelling the plural stories of the nation.

Distinguished Lecture: Multiculturalism by Prof Tariq Modood, University of Bristol

CSPS is going to conduct a distinguished lecture on Modes of Integration, Multiculturalism & National Identity by Prof. Tariq Modood. The lecture will be conducted on 7 January 2022 at 5:00 PM IST on zoom. Prof. Tariq Modood is a Professor of Sociology, Politics, and Public Policy, and the Founding Director of the Research Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship at the University of Bristol in the UK.

A hard call

Contesting ideological orientations have caused the exclusion of many talented, competent, and capable people from playing their part in state-building and nation-building. For example, a non-Muslim could not be elected as prime minister and/or president of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan no matter their capabilities.

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To have multiculturalism, the public sphere must accommodate the presence of new group identities: Prof Tariq Modood

To have multiculturalism, the public sphere must accommodate the presence of new group identities: Prof Tariq Modood

The lecture explained why we must value our citizenship and how it should be about our sense of belonging. Prof. Modood said that “we belong to our citizens, and we belong to our co-citizens”. Multiculturalism, therefore, cannot succeed without people valuing their citizenship. It retells the national story/ history so that minorities can be included in it and wants the story to be inclusive, plural, and multicultural while ensuring that these stories are narrated so that they are not stigmatising. He asserts,” to have multiculturalism, the public sphere must accommodate the presence of new group identities.” Public educational institutions and political organisations should work as the machines of reformation retelling the plural stories of the nation.

Distinguished Lecture: Multiculturalism by Prof Tariq Modood, University of Bristol

Distinguished Lecture: Multiculturalism by Prof Tariq Modood, University of Bristol

CSPS is going to conduct a distinguished lecture on Modes of Integration, Multiculturalism & National Identity by Prof. Tariq Modood. The lecture will be conducted on 7 January 2022 at 5:00 PM IST on zoom. Prof. Tariq Modood is a Professor of Sociology, Politics, and Public Policy, and the Founding Director of the Research Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship at the University of Bristol in the UK.

A hard call

A hard call

Contesting ideological orientations have caused the exclusion of many talented, competent, and capable people from playing their part in state-building and nation-building. For example, a non-Muslim could not be elected as prime minister and/or president of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan no matter their capabilities.

A hard call

A hard call

Contesting ideological orientations have caused the exclusion of many talented, competent, and capable people from playing their part in state-building and nation-building. For example, a non-Muslim could not be elected as prime minister and/or president of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan no matter their capabilities.

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