As part of our World Islamophobia Report, My Vote Matters has been able to rank 32 different Western countries by the number of Islamophobic incidents in the year of 2018. The data behind this infographic is available here.
As part of our World Islamophobia Report, My Vote Matters has compiled a ranking of 12 Western countries based on their restrictions on Islamic practices.
To mark one year since Christchurch, My Vote Matters has compiled a non-exhaustive list of some of the worst hate-fueled attacks on Muslims in the West, represented in this infographic. This list shows, as has already been reported by key Islamic peak bodies, that there has been a dramatic rise in Islamophobia this past year. … Continue reading In the Aftermath of Christchurch: Infographic
My Vote Matters has released this handy How to Vote guide to help make sure you cast a valid and informed vote this 2019 Federal election!
My Vote Matters is excited to release our policy scorecard for the 2019 Federal election!Use this policy scorecard to help inform your vote this election!
My Vote Matters has created a list of some of the most vocal political candidates to make openly Islamophobic remarks! Make sure to preference these candidates LAST this 2019 Federal election!
This election dozens of new 'micro-parties' have been established with ambiguous names, all intended to win seats in the Senate to establish Islamophobic policies. Use this handy list to learn which names to look out for when filling out your Senate card! Make sure these parties are put last, so our rights can be put … Continue reading List of Openly Islamophobic Parties Running in the Senate
The Australian National Imams Council has a released a public statement expressing their support and endorsement of the My Vote Matters campaign. The statement can be seen below:
With political apathy seemingly rising in popularity, MVM has released an infographic providing some helpful tips on how to make your vote count!
Did you know that in Australia you can't 'waste' your vote? Our preferential voting system means that, despite voting for a party that would've lost, your vote can still be transferred to another party! Our infographic on preferential voting explains how it all works.