EURISLAM is an European comparative research project that analyses how the incorporation of Islam in European Member States is influenced by national traditions of identity, citizenship and church-state relations. EURISLAM studies how these traditions have affected interactions between Muslim immigrants and their off-spring and the receiving society. Fieldwork is currently conducted in Belgium, France. Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the UK.
Use of EURISLAM data
The results of the EURISLAM project are publicly available on this website. Researchers, who wish to make use of these results for further research purposes, are requested to refer to the EURISLAM project in general, the specific EURISLAM report (if applicable) and the EURISLAM website.
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