Vol 2, No 3 (2005)

Recognition of Islam in European Municipalities

Special Issue Edited by A. Manco and S. Amoranitis

Table of Contents

Editorial

“Faiths and Social cohesion” Establishing social participation with religious differences: local Muslim communities in Europe PDF
Altay Manco, Spyros Amoranitis 182-188

Articles

Good cities, good practices: systematization of a theoretical and methodological framework for local actions designed to combat religious discrimination PDF
Altay Manco 189-213
Local actions: Out of the cellar and into the landscape park Challenges around relocalization of a mosque in Roubaix PDF
Omero Marongiu-Perria 214-238
Respect, fair treatment and Community power: working with the Muslims of Granada PDF
Enrique E. Raya Lozano 239-264
Religious discriminations and public policies: “Muslim burial areas” in Ghent PDF
Meryem Kanmaz, Sami Zemni 265-279
Receiving and institutionalising Islam at the municipal level: the case of the Turkish com-munity of Schaerbeek PDF
Ural Manço 280-307
Cheratte-Visé: a Muslim village in Wallonia PDF
Christophe Parthoens, Dina Sensi, Altay Manco 308-344
Muslims and Social Participation in Rome PDF
Giuliana Candia 345-365
Assessment of the “Faiths and Social cohe-sion” Project: What one can learn in the fight against discrimination PDF
Dina Sensi 366-382
Ostracism, Tolerance or Recognition: Muslims in Europe PDF
Denise Helly, Jocelyne Cesari 383-407

Viewpoints

Conclusions: “Faiths and Social cohesion”: political rec-ommendations and “good practices” PDF
Altay Manco, Spyros Amoranitis, Dina Sensi, Ural Manço, Guillaume Logez 408-420


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