This project aims to document the disproportionate effect of Islamophobia on women and develop alliances between the anti-racism and feminist movements in order to better address the intersectional discrimination affecting Muslim women.
The project is taking place in 8 countries, chosen to get a representative picture of the situation of Muslim women in the European Union: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden and United Kingdom.
The project aims to:
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Factsheets on national findings:
Belgium: French - Dutch - English
Denmark: Danish - English
France: French - English
Germany: German - English
Italy: Italian - English
The Netherlands: Dutch - English
Sweden: Swedish - English
Full national reports
National report for Belgium
National report for France
National report for Germany
National report for Italy
National report for the Netherlands
National report for Sweden
National report for the United Kingdom
ENAR’s symposium "Muslim women, forgotten women? Understanding the gender dimension of Islamophobia" took place on 26 May 2016 in Brussels.
Deadline: 23 April 2016
Photo credit: Marc O’Sullivan, Hijabi Monologues Europe Workshop, Dublin 2012
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