Hamburg-Mitte: Muslims in EU Cities

February 1st, 2011

Muslims in EU Cities: Hamburg-Mitte

The Open Society Institute’s “At Home In Europe Project” recently released its report on the district of Hamburg-Mitte.  The report was launched in partnership with the British Council Our Shared Europe project at Hamburg City Hall on June 29, 2010.Through engagement with policy makers and communities, “Muslims in Hamburg” examine the political, social and economic participation of Muslim communities in Hamburg.  It is the fourth report in the Muslims in EU Cities series.  The research also examines the level and nature of integration of Muslims in 11 cities across Europe (Antwerp, Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Leicester, London, Marseille, Paris, Rotterdam, and Stockholm). An overview report, Muslims in Europe: Muslims in Europe: A Report on 11 EU Cities, is also available.

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