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.

 



SPECIAL ISSUE: THE SOCIO-CULTURAL INTEGRATION OF MUSLIMS IN WESTERN EUROPE IS NOW AVAILABLE

March 1st, 2016 - A special issue based on the findings of the EURISLAM research project has been released by the... read more

PUBLICATION EURISLAM SURVEY DATASET

October 20th, 2015 - The data of the survey developed in the EURISLAM project has been deposited in the data archive... read more

  • EURISLAM Newsletter. The EURISLAM Newsletter will be published 4 times ayear and will focus on the final research outcome and output of the project, but also present relevant expertise and ongoing research. Sign up at the top of the page.
  • EURISLAM Publications. At the national level each partner team will produce publications (journal articles and a book-length monograph) presenting the results of the national case study based on the national dataset. In addition, we foresee the publication of a book-length volume summarizing the main comparative findings making use of the cross-national datasets as well as numerous journal articles focusing on specific comparative analyses.
  • EURISLAM Policy Briefs. To make the results of EURISLAM’s substantial empirical research more readily available to the policy community we will develop several policy briefs. Through the use of policy briefs we can bring EURISLAM research to the attention of policymakers, while also translating our results into meaningful and useful messages for them.