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Title

Enes Bayrakli-Farid Hafez(Eds), European Islamophobia Report, SETA Foundation, Leopold Weiss Institute

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Year

2018

Type of publication

Report

Geographical coverage

EU comparative National

Area/location of interest

Not applicable - national level

Type of Institution

Civil society organisation

Institution

SETA | Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Reasearch, Leopold Weiss Institute

Main Thematic Focus

Hate crime Incitement to hatred or violence Racism & xenophobia Islamophobia Religious freedom Hate speech

Target Population

Muslims

Key findings

The European Islamophobia Report provides an EU wide and a country-by-country annual monitoring of Islamophobia in Europe. The 2018 report aims to "investigate in detail the underlying dynamics that directly or indirectly support the rise of anti-Muslim racism in Europe. This extends from Islamophobic statements spread in national media to laws and policies that restrain the fundamental rights of European Muslim citizens. As a result, the European Islamophobia Report 2018 discusses the impact of anti-Muslim discourse on human rights, multiculturalism, and the state of law in Europe."

Methodology (Qualitative/Quantitative and exact type used, questionnaires etc)

Desk research

Sample details and representativeness

The 2018 report includes 34 country reports by 39 local scholars, experts, and civil society activists specialized on racism and human rights.

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