A talk entitled 'The Relationship between Islam and the West post September 11th'. Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is a senior researcher at the Foreign Policy Centre, a leading independent think tank in the UK that was launched in 1998 by Tony Blair and the then Foreign Minister Robin Cook. She writes a weekly column for the Independent newspaper and is a leading commentator on human rights, multiculturalism and race. She also writes regularly for the Guardian and the New Statesman and broadcasts on radio and television. She has written numerous books including 'No Place Like Home', an autobiographical account of her life as an Asian in Uganda. Her talk concentrated on the relationship between Islam and the West especially post September 11th.