During 2023, several valuable reports and other resources have reached the ECCAR Working Group on Anti-Muslim Racism. As a Working Group, we are committed to supporting our members' and their partners' continuous learning efforts and knowledge sharing.
Some links will take you to publications by our member cities (such as Barcelona and Malmö), some are nationally relevant, and some include broader European data. Here are our recommendations:
Barcelona Discrimination Observatory Report 2022 on work and data provided by the Office for Non-Discrimination of Barcelona City Council and 26 social entities of the city.
ECCAR Guidebook On Local Actions Against Anti-Muslim Racism, including policy texts and recommendations by ECCAR member cities, researchers, and civil society actors (DE, EN, PO, IT, SP, FR).
ENAR toolkit for public authorities on how to establish meaningful collaboration with anti-racist activists and racialized communities
EURACTIV special report with five articles on anti-Muslim sentiment in France and Germany, the two EU countries, and the measures the EU is preparing or has already put in place to tackle islamophobia.
European Islamophobia Report 2022 includes comprehensive country reports on 23 European countries, including qualitative and quantitative data.
Facing Facts online course on understanding and identifying anti-Muslim hate crime. The course is self-paced and free of charge.
FRA Updated database on relevant international, European, and national case law and decisions regarding anti-Muslim hate crime, hate speech, and discrimination against Muslims across the EU, Albania, Serbia, and North Macedonia.
Islamophobia Reading Resource Pack with a thematic, annotated bibliography on academic articles and books discussing anti-Muslim racism in European countries, published by the Othering & Belonging Institute.
Report of the Independent Expert Group on Anti-Muslim Sentiment published by the German Federal Ministry of the Interior and Communityby the German on specific problem situations of anti-Muslim sentiment in politics, education, the media, culture, justice, administration, and everyday life. It also includes recommendations for action.
The Safe and Secure Digital City report by the ECCAR member Malmö on their project on how locally rooted hate is manifested digitally.