Examines the experiences of Muslims in Hamburg, including issues of discrimination and identity, education, employment, housing, health, security, and media influence. Focuses on the impact of public policies to improve integration and social inclusion.
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Title: Muslims in Hamburg
Publication date 2010-06-28
Publication Year 2010
Open Society Institute
Europe (Western) / Germany
, Europe (Western) / Germany / Hamburg
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