Female Conversion to Islam in UK (Study)
The University of Cambridge has published a report about experiences of almost 50 British women of all backgrounds, ethnicities, ages and faiths (or no faith), who have all converted to Islam.
The report was commissioned and produced by the University's Centre of Islamic Studies (CIS), in association with the New Muslims Project, Markfield.
The 129-page report brings up some recommendations for the convert, heritage Muslim, and wider British communities, outlining the social, emotional and sometimes economic costs of conversion.
"The consistent theme flowing through the report is the need for increased levels of support for the convert community - and the converts' ...