HHR are excited to announce that the origins of Hinduphobia, which are 1866 have been duly updated at Lexico online dictionary, powered by Oxford. Formerly Oxford English Dictionary used our literature review from 2020 with the date of 1883 and we were delighted to announce that an entry was made at Lexico mid 2021. Having […]
Raw data of the recent study conducted on Hinduphobia. A more detailed report including case studies, comprehensive analysis and ethnography is underway. You can still fill out the survey here and we will add your voice to our next report.
Tweets to @CAREMasseyUni from @SarahLGates1 with replies from @mjdutt Director of Massey University Centre For Cultural Approaches to Research Evaluation (CARE). These tweets are to evidence missing tweets for those researching false reports to the media that ‘extremists’ attacked the CARE twitter handle on 24 August 2021. The NZ Police have stated the ‘person or […]
What is Hinduphobia? Is it a made up word? Did someone coin it recently? The answer is that Hinduphobia was coined in 1866 by Sir Edward Sullivan talking about James Mills and it wasn’t made up by anyone from India or a Hindu. Hinduphobia ranges from crimes against humanity like genocide and atrocities and ethnic cleansing to subtle forms of racial and religious vilification like micro-aggressions. Hinduphobia is a subset of xenophobia and it includes other forms of prejudice like racism, paganphobia, anti-indigenous sentiment, anti-immigrant sentiment and the predominant perpetrators are usually religious bigots or eurocentric racists.