Khizar Humayun Ansari

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Professor Khizar Humayun Ansari is a British academic who was awarded an OBE in 2002 for his work in the field of race and ethnic relations.

Family[edit]

Ansari is married and has two sons including the Surrey county cricketer, Zafar Ansari.

Career[edit]

Professor Ansari has a PhD from the University of London. Since 1990, he has been the Director of the Centre for Ethnic Minority Studies, a research centre based at Royal Holloway, University of London, which provides advice and carries out research on racial equality in the workplace and in society. He is also a Senior Lecturer in Royal Holloway's Department of History.

Professor Ansari has worked for many years in the community and through research and training to improve race relations in Britain, focusing on both enhancing the skills of ethnic minorities and breaking down negative attitudes and stereotypes in society. In 1987, he became the Director of the Slough Industrial Language Centre. He has also served in a voluntary capacity in positions ranging from a committee of the Judicial Studies Board, to the Chairmanship of the Board of Management of the Slough Citizens Advice Bureau. Professor Ansari has advised numerous bodies by helping people develop the skills to operate effectively in a multi-cultural environment; designing services which are accessible and of equal quality for all, regardless of ethnic origin; and promoting the benefits of diverse workforces to business and to state services.

Selected publications[edit]

  • 'The Infidel Within', the History of Muslims in Britain, 1800 to the Present, C. Hurst Publishers, 2004
  • Processes of institutionalisation of Islam in England and Wales, Muslims in Europe: From the Margin to the Centre Edited by Jamal Malik, LIT Verlag, Munster, 2004
  • Muslims in Britain, Minority Rights Group, 2002
  • The Woking Mosque: A Case Study of Muslim Engagement with British Society since 1889, Immigrants and Minorities, Vol. 21, No. 3, November 2002, pp.1-24 Published by Frank Cass, London
  • 'Breaking the Mould', in Cracking the Culture Club, Race Relations and Reform in the Civil Service, Public Service Magazine, FDA, June 2002
  • Attitudes to Islam and Muslims in Britain: 1875 - 1924 Indo-British Review, Millennium issue 2001, pp. 54-78. Britain, India and the Diaspora
  • Negotiating British Muslim Identity. Muslim Identity in the 21st Century: Challenges of Modernity. Edited by M.S. Bahmanpour and H. Bashir Institute of Islamic Studies, 2000
  • The Emergence of Socialist Thought Among North Indian Muslims, 1917 - 1947. Lahore, 1990
  • Employment of Ethnic Minorities in Growth Industries in the Thames Valley, Employment Department, 1988
  • Pan Islam and the Making of Early Muslim Socialists, Modern Asian Studies, vol 20, number 3, 1986
  • Dainty, ARJ, Bagilhole, BM, Ansari, KH & Jackson, J (2004) Creating Equality in the Construction Industry: An Agenda for Change for Women and Ethnic Minorities, Journal of Construction Research, Vol.5, No.1, 75-86. ISSN: 1609 9451
  • Dainty, ARJ, Bagilhole, BM, Ansari, KH & Jackson, J (2002) 'Diversification of the UK Construction Industry: A Framework For Change', ASCE Journal of Leadership and Management in Engineering
  • Managing Cultural Diversity at Work. Khizar Humayun Ansari and June Jackson Published in the UK, Kogan Page, 1995 Translated and published in Indonesia, Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 1997

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