External resources

- Counter-Islamophobia Kit project - The project will critically review dominant anti-Muslim narratives, and also compare the use and efficacy of prevailing counter-narratives to Islamophobia in eight European Union member states.

- The Bridge Initiative, a multi-year research project that connects the academic study of Islamophobia with the public square

- "Islamophobia is racism" syllabus

- Ligue des droits de l’homme (Belgium), Les interdictions de port du foulard visant des femmes adultes - Analyse de la Ligue des droits de l’Homme (2017)

- INSSAN (Germany), Amicus Curiae - Comment Network against Discrimination and Islamophobia (Inssan e.V.) in the case C 157/15 Samira Achbita and Centrum voor gelijkheid van kansen en voor racismebestrijding versus G4S Secure Solutions NV - Evaluation of the Opinion of the Advocate General Juliane Kokott from the perspective of the antidiscrimination consultancy practice (2016)

- European Islamophobia report (2016)

- Collectif Contre l’Islamophobie en France (CCIF), Annual reports on Islamophobia in France (2016)

- EU Fundamental Rights Agency, Reactions to the Paris attacks in the EU: fundamental rights considerations (2015)

- Open Society Foundations, Explainer: Islamophobia in Europe (2015)

- Tell MAMA (UK), Offline and online experiences of anti-Muslim hostility (2015)

- Tell MAMA (UK), Findings on anti-Muslim hate (2014/2015)

- Amnesty International, Choice and prejudice: Discrimination against Muslims in Europe (2012)

- EU Fundamental Rights Agency, Factsheet: Experience of Discrimination, Social Marginalisation and Violence among Muslim and non-Muslim Youth (2010)

- EU Fundamental Rights Agency,EU-MIDIS Data in Focus Report 2: Muslims (2009)

- Open Society Foundations, Muslims in Europe: A Report on 11 EU Cities (2009)

Become a member

Are you an organisation working on anti-racism and anti-discrimination in a European country?

Join us


Engage in supporting racial justice across Europe !



ENAR’s Equal@work Platform brings together businesses, social partners, NGOs, public authorities and academics committed to diversity and inclusion, to find solutions for the participation of ethnic minorities in the labour market.

More about Equal@work


With the support of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union, the Open Society Foundations, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and the Sigrid Rausing Trust