Read a 2006 article by Mark Levine arguing that the Danish cartoons controversy tell us more about Western fears of Islam than they do about Muslim attitudes.
Read this Feb. 8, 2006, New York Times story about the power of religious imagery.
Read a Feb. 8, 2006, Christian Science Monitor story about how the Danish cartoons controversy spurred charges from Muslims claiming they enjoyed fewer free speech rights in Europe.
Report on religion in Northern Europe.
Report on religion in Denmark.
Report on religion in the Faroe Islands of Denmark.
Seeks to improve the public conversation about Muslims and intercultural relations in the U.S. and Europe by providing evidence-based arguments, facts and research findings from reputable sources.
Creates opportunities to exchange perspectives on issues such as migration, diversity, community cohesion, inter-cultural and inter-faith dialogue and pluralism in European societies. Primary goal is to acknowledge present and past contributions of diverse communities and cultures, and especially of Muslims, in shaping contemporary European society. Activities include panel debates, conferences, expert workshops, research and exchange programs.
Pan-European professional network promoting leadership, diversity, empowerment and positive perceptions of European Muslims. Hosts programs and activities, such as meetings with European leaders and inspirational events and in-mosque mentoring for Muslim youth.