While not representative of the situation of all Muslims in these cities, this report does capture a snapshot of the experiences of Muslim communities in select neighborhoods in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, Antwerp, Berlin and Hamburg, Copenhagen, Leicester and Waltham Forest-London, Marseille and Paris, and Stockholm.
This body of work comes in response to major trends with regards to Muslims living in Europe: whether citizens or migrants, native born or newly arrived, Muslims are a growing and varied population that presents Europe with one of its greatest challenges, namely how to ensure equal rights and opportunities for all in a climate of rapidly expanding diversity.
The following overview report includes:
- Executive Summary
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Policy Context
- Chapter 3: Cohesion, Belonging, Discrimination and Interactions
- Chapter 4: Education
- Chapter 5: Employment
- Chapter 6: Neighborhood and Housing
- Chapter 7: Health Care
- Chapter 8: Policing and Security
- Chapter 9: Civic and Political Participation
- Chapter 10: Media
- Chapter 11: Recommendations
- Annex 1: Bibliography
- Annex 2: Tables
- Annex 3: Questionnaire
To receive a hard copy of the report, please contact Csilla Toth at firstname.lastname@example.org.