Omar Salha is a PhD Nohoudh Scholar, academic, writer and social entrepreneur. He is also the Founder and Director of Ramadan Tent Project (RTP). He was awarded the Nohoudh Scholarship for the study of 'Integration of Muslims in British Society'. His research explores the study of soft-power, Islamic Diplomacy, sport and integration. Elsewhere he is a consultant on matters of Political Risk, Soft Power & Public Diplomacy and has over 10 years of experience working in community projects. Other research & areas of expertise include Middle Eastern Politics, International Relations, Conflict Resolution & Public Relations. He is a regular contributor to international and national media and public speaker.
The Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project (IRDP) focuses on a systematic and empirical approach to the study of Islamophobia and its impact on Muslim communities. Today, Muslims in the U.S., parts of Europe, and around the world have been transformed into a demonized and feared global “other,” subjected to legal, social, and political discrimination.