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by The Eumap Project,Professor Tufyal Choudhury

  • Author: The Eumap Project,Professor Tufyal Choudhury
  • ISBN: 1891385429
  • ISBN13: 978-1891385421
  • ePub: 1534 kb | FB2: 1539 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Central European University Press (June 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 343
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Muslims in the UK: Policies for Engaged Citizens ePub download

Varying Form of Title: Muslims in the United Kingdom. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Open Society Institute, EU Monitoring and advocacy program, (c)2005. Projected Publication Date: 0503.

Varying Form of Title: Muslims in the United Kingdom. Formatted Contents Note: Muslims in the UK : discrimination, equality and community cohesion Muslims in the UK and education Muslims in the UK and the labour market Muslims in the UK and the criminal justice system. Rubrics: Muslims Great Britain Social conditions Economic conditions Politics and government.

Includes four policy papers focusing on Muslims in the UK. The papers address education, employment, justiceĀ . The papers address education, employment, justice and equality. With their specific focus, the papers highlight how issues affect Muslims specifically, and make recommendations targeted to address those specificities, thus contributing to enriching the policy process

Muslims in the UK book. Includes four policy papers focusing on Muslims in the UK. The papers address education, employment, justice, and equality.

Muslims in the UK book. With their specific focus, the papers highlight how issues affect Muslims specifically, and make recommendations targeted to address those specificities, thus contributing to enriching the policy process. This publication is a follow up to the Includes four policy papers focusing on Muslims in the UK.

Tufyal Choudhury, Helen M. Fenwick. Muslims in the UK : policies for engaged citizens. Concerns have been raised that counter-terrorism laws and policies are increasingly alienating Muslims, especially young people and students, and that counter-terrorism measures may themselves fee. More).

by The Eumap Project, Professor Tufyal Choudhury. ISBN 9781891385421 (978-1-891385-42-1) Softcover, Central European University Press, 2005. Find signed collectible books: 'Muslims in the UK: Policies for Engaged Citizens'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site

Tufyal Choudhury is Assistant Professor at Durham Law School.

Tufyal Choudhury is Assistant Professor at Durham Law School.

Muslims in the UK : policies for engaged citizens, ISBN: 1891385429. Open Society Institute, EU Monitoring and Advocacy Program

Muslims in the UK : policies for engaged citizens, ISBN: 1891385429. Open Society Institute, EU Monitoring and Advocacy Program, 2005.

Chris Allen, Valerie Amiraux, Tufyal Choudhury, Bernard GodardĀ .

Although the sociology of Islam is well-developed in certain European countries such as France, Germany and the UK, it is only in its infancy as a discipline at the European level. The key message is that European Islam exists as a powerful transnational phenomenon, and European policy must keep pace with this reality. Contributors include Samir Amghar, Amel Boubekeur, Michael Emerson, Chris Allen, Valerie Amiraux, Tufyal Choudhury, Bernard Godard, Imane Karich, Isabelle Rigoni, Olivier Roy and Sara Silvestri.

Bunglawala Z. (2005) Muslims and the Labour Market, in T. Choudhury (e., Muslim in the UK: Policies for Engaged Citizens, Budapest: Open Society Institute.

First Online: 15 October 2009. Bunglawala Z. Clarke, K. and Drinkwater, S. (2007) Ethnic Minorities in the Labour Market: Dynamics and Diversity York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Includes four policy papers focusing on Muslims in the UK. The papers address education, employment, justice, and equality. With their specific focus, the papers highlight how issues affect Muslims specifically, and make recommendations targeted to address those specificities, thus contributing to enriching the policy process. This publication is a follow up to the respective chapter in the EUMAP 2002 report "Monitoring Minority Protection in the EU." The 2002 report was a snap shot of the situation of Muslims, in terms of minority rights, and their experiences of discrimination and disadvantage.