Amineh Ahmed Hoti is the co-founder and the first Director of the Centre for the Study of Muslim-Jewish Relations (CMJR) at Cambridge, UK. She outlined the Cambridge University Institute of Continuing Education course ‘Islam, Judaism and Muslim-Jewish Relations’, which she also taught for three years. She has organized several major conferences, and given media interviews on both international television and major national papers and journals. She is the consultant editor of ‘Valuing Diversity: Towards Mutual Respect and Understanding’, sponsored by the Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations (CJCR), the Centre for the Study of Muslim-Jewish Relations (CMJR), and the Society for Dialogue and Action (D&A). ‘Valuing Diversity’ is an important learning resource for secondary school teachers, and has been distributed to about 500 UK schools. Her book Sorrow and Joy Among Muslim Women, published by Cambridge University Press (2006), was nominated for the 2007 Kiriyama Prize. She is a fellow-commoner at Lucy Cavendish College, executive director of the Society for Dialogue and Action, is an advisor to the Three Faiths Forum and a patron of the UK Friends of the Bereaved Families Forum.