´Muslims at Home in Europe´, OSI

Muslims at Home in Europe

OSI, soros.org, december 4, 2009

Muslims are a growing and varied population that presents Europe with one of its greatest challenges, namely how to ensure equal rights for all in a climate of rapidly expanding diversity. The Open Society Institute´s At Home in Europe Project aims to advance and promote the integration of minority groups in Western Europe. This short video featuring Nazia Hussain, director of At Home in Europe, introduces the project´s current work examining the level and nature of Muslim integration in cities across Europe.


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