The Tessellate Institute is an independent, non-profit research institute that explores and documents the lived experiences of Muslims in Canada.
Our projects are community-based and serve a variety of stakeholders. Whether it is an oral history archive or documentary film, a curriculum pack for classrooms or workshops for a target group, we engage in a range of activities. If you wish to get involved in anything currently ongoing, please contact us.Learn More
Our publications examine the conditions of Muslims in Canada and serve as a valuable resource to academics, journalists, policymakers, as well as the general public. We produce academically rigorous research and analysis to elevate the public discourse surrounding Muslims.
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