Perceptions of discrimination and Islamophobia

December
2006
The Report "Muslims in the European Union: Discrimination and Islamophobia" is accompanied by a study on "Perceptions of discrimination and Islamophobia", which is based on in-depth interviews with members of Muslim communities in ten EU Member States. This study provides a snapshot of the opinions, feelings, fears, frustrations, and also the hopes for the future shared by many Muslims in the EU.
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Perceptions of Discrimination and Islamophobia

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"Integration is a two-way process. Many European Muslims acknowledge that they need to do more to engage with wider society. At the same time Europe's political leaders must make a stronger effort to promote meaningful intercultural dialogue and tackle racism, discrimination and marginalisation more effectively," said EUMC Director Beate Winkler.