Muslims and non-Muslims in Belgium: Promising Practices promote living together

Muslims and non-Muslims in Belgium : Promising Practices promote living together

The Université catholique de Louvain's Centre interdisciplinaire d'études de l'Islam dans le monde contemporain (Interdisciplinary Centre for the Study of Islam in the contemporary world) has produced a new study entitled Musulmans et non-musulmans en Belgique : des pratiques prometteuses favorisent le vivre-ensemble (Muslims and non-Muslims in Belgium: Promising Practices promote living together) by C. Bocquet, B. Maréchal, S. Van Den Abeele in collaboration with F. Dassetto and F. Iskandar. This new study, funded by the Roi Baudouin, aims to identify approaches, practices and effective projects that promote Muslims and non-Muslims living together. CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe is highlighted in the research (pp 123-4) for our training courses on the subjects of Overcoming Antisemitism and Overcoming Islamophobia.

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01/12/2015