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IMAN manuals (6 languages)

Date: 
Mon, 05/01/2015

Launched in January 2013, the IMAN project is a project initiated by civic society organisations and it operates in 8 European countries –France, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Italy, Hungary and England– and brings together over fifteen partner organisations.

Launched in January 2013, the IMAN project is a project initiated by civic society organisations and it operates in 8 European countries –France, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Italy, Hungary and England– and brings together over fifteen partner organisations.

Youssef Himmat

Swedish Muslims in Cooperation Networksubmits alternative report to UN's Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Date: 
Thu, 22/08/2013

The Swedish Muslims in Cooperation Network, of whom FEMYSO’s member organisation SUM (Young Muslims of Sweden) is proudly part of, was established three years ago (2010) as a response to the increasing racism faced by Swedish Muslims and the general shift in politics towards more Islamophobic positions, crowned by the ascent into parliament of the ‘Sweden Democrats’ party. The Network consists of a multitude of organisations from the very rich and diverse Swedish Muslim civil society.

The Swedish Muslims in Cooperation Network is submitting this alternative report to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) because of the urgency of the situation of Swedish Muslims and indeed in response to the failure of the Swedish government in its 19th, 20th and 21st reports to the CERD committee to adequately address the issue of discrimination against the Muslim community, Islamophobia and its effects on the Swedish Muslim community. This report represents the point of view of some of the leading Swedish Muslim organisations concerning the increasingly racist and Islamophobic climate in Sweden and it is historic as it marks the first time such a broad group of Swedish Muslims addresses the United Nations as a single body.

FEMYSO News

Le FEMYSO s’inquiète du peu de réactions politiques

Date: 
Wed, 19/06/2013

Lundi 17 juin, à Argenteuil à Paris, La citoyenne musulmane agressée à Argenteuil par deux skinheads a perdu son bébé.

C’est avec tristesse et consternation que le FEMYSO a appris cette tragique nouvelle. Nous exprimons nos plus sincères condoléances et notre profonde solidarité à la famille meurtrie.

FEMYSO is appalled by the lack of policy in France

FEMYSO PR Team

EU Court decision on workplace ban on headscarf legitimises discrimination of Muslim women

Date: 
Tue, 14/03/2017

The Court ruled on two cases brought by women employees who were dismissed because they wore the headscarf, and said that internal rules prohibiting visible wearing of any political, philosophical or religious sign do not constitute direct discrimination.

“This is an extremely worrying decision because it effectively bars all Muslim women wearing the headscarf from the workplace”, said Amel Yacef, ENAR Chair. “This is nothing short of a Muslim ban applied only to women in private employment, just because of how they choose to dress according their religion.”

Brussels, 14 March 2017 – A decision by the EU Court of Justice backing private sector workplace bans on headscarves seriously undermines the right to equality and non-discrimination of women, a group of anti-racism organisations said today.

Admin

The situation for Muslims in Europe is getting worse: Time to act

Date: 
Wed, 21/09/2016

Almost a year ago, the EU held its first Fundamental Rights colloquium, focusing on Antisemitism and anti-Muslim hatred. This was a strong political signal that the EU was finally willing to prioritise the fight against Antisemitism and Islamophobia. The European Commission – thanks to the appointment of a coordinator on anti-Muslim hatred – has had a whole year to listen and identify the main areas of concern.

Brussels, 21 September 2016 – On European Day Against Islamophobia, a coalition of organisations fighting Islamophobia [1] call on EU leaders and decision makers to tackle rising anti-Muslim hatred as a matter of urgency.

European Day Against Islamophobia

Launch of the ADVISE Project

Date: 
Mon, 21/03/2016

ADVOCATES AGAINST ISLAMOPHOBIA IN EDUCATION
 
Brussels, 21 March 2016
 
 
On the occasion of the European Action Week Against Racism, a consortium of NGOs from around Europe is pleased to announce the launch of the ADVISE project: Advocates Against Islamophobia in Education.

On the occasion of the European Action Week Against Racism, a consortium of NGOs from around Europe is pleased to announce the launch of the ADVISE project: Advocates Against Islamophobia in Education.

Press Release Team

European Action Day against Islamophobia and religious intolerance

Date: 
Fri, 02/10/2015

Last Monday, 21 September, saw the marking of the second European Action Day Against Islamophobia and Religious Intolerance, an initiative launched by NGOs together with the Council of Europe in 2014, within the framework of the No Hate Speech Movement.

Last Monday, 21 September, saw the marking of the second European Action Day Against Islamophobia and Religious Intolerance, an initiative launched by NGOs together with the Council of Europe in 2014, within the framework of the No Hate Speech Movement.

Assia Oulkadi

Journée Européenne d'Action contre l'Islamophobie et l'intolérance religieuse

Date: 
Mon, 21/09/2015

Le FEMYSO (Forum Européen des Organisations Étudiantes et de Jeunesse Musulmanes) appelle les institutions européennes, les leaders politiques des pays européens ainsi que l'ensemble des décisionnaires au niveau national et local à prendre des mesures urgentes pour contrer la montée de la vague d'islamophobie qui affecte la vie de nombreux citoyens européens.

Le FEMYSO (Forum Européen des Organisations Étudiantes et de Jeunesse Musulmanes) appelle les institutions européennes, les leaders politiques des pays européens ainsi que l'ensemble des décisionnaires au niveau national et local à prendre des mesures urgentes pour contrer la montée de la vague d'islamophobie qui affecte la vie de nombreux citoyens européens.

FEMYSO PR Team

European Action Day against Islamophobia and religious intolerance

Date: 
Mon, 21/09/2015

The Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO) calls on European Institutions, political leaders of European countries and decision makers at national and local level to take urgent action to tackle the rising wave of Islamophobia that is affecting the lives of European citizens.

The Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO) calls on European Institutions, political leaders of European countries and decision makers at national and local level to take urgent action to tackle the rising wave of Islamophobia that is affecting the lives of European citizens.

FEMYSO PR Team

FEMYSO condemns the attack on the Eskilstuna mosque in Sweden

Date: 
Sat, 03/01/2015

EN version:

The Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO) condemns in the strongest possible terms the abhorrent attack on the Eskilstuna mosque, East of Sweden. We are saddened by the fact that this attack took place on a day meant to signify hope and new beginnings. Instead, we see the a worrying trend of intolerance and Islamophobia continuing to rise across Europe.

The Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO) condemns in the strongest possible terms the abhorrent attack on the Eskilstuna mosque in Uppsala, East of Sweden.

FEMYSO PR Team

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