The widely held notion that people convert because of loved ones, rather than due to desire for the faith itself was rejected by the data.
Mosques also came under criticism by the report which found that converts did not receive resources they needed either before or after conversion, finding the internet, books and muslim friends much more helpful.
Finally the role of converts as a bridge between communities is proposed for the future.
Forming an alliance between those of different religions, Faith Matters website makes for an interesting read. With pieces on supporting Muslim Chaplaincy and promoting interfaith harmony between Sikhs and Muslims its portfolio is impressive, however with reports on Prevent one should be mindful of the sensitivities of these issues and review all data with a critical mind.