The Islamophobia map is an online representation that allows victims and witnesses of Islamophobia Australia wide to anonymously share and document where and when attacks have taken place. It serves as a real time digital public database that displays all incidents categorized by geographical location and the nature of the incident.
Allow victims to report incidents of Islamophobia, discrimination and racism. Identify and analyze acts of Islamophobia.
Directly connect the victims with legal services. Directly connect victims with mental health and other support services. Connect victims with the nearest mosque, police station to their location.
Record all incidents of Islamophobia on the Islamophobia Watch map. Maintain a database of all the incidents of Islamophobia for public view.
Regularly communicate with the general public and the press. Facilitate various events on the topic of Islamophobia and discrimination. Promote any anti-discrimination, anti-racism and anti-Islamophobia campaign.
To empower victims of Islamophobia by equipping them with reporting tools in combating Islamophobia.
To promote incident reporting while adhering to privacy standards, ensuring no private information is disclosed about the victim without prior consent. The app can be downloaded here.