Knowledge database

On this page you can find source materials used in the ref:EU | Muslim minorities and the refugee crisis in Europe workshop (29.08-3.09.2018).

There are also the abstracts from the ref:EU conference – Muslim minorities and the refugee crisis in Europe. Narratives and policy responses (8-9.11.2018).

Below you can find the chapters from the book Muslim minorities and the refugee crisis in Europe. Narratives and policy responses, K. Górak-Sosnowska, M. Pachocka, J. Misiuna (eds.), Warsaw: SGH, 339 p.

Table of contents


Part 1: EU and the refugee crisis

  1. Alfredo Rizzo, The internal/external dimension of EU asylum and migratory policies in the perspective of UN Global Compacts on migration and refugees
  2. Danilo Garcia Caceres, The European Union’s agenda on migration: Focus on human rights and the migration crises in the Mediterranean Sea
  3. Veronica Kostenko, Gender attitudes of Muslim migrants compared to Europeans and public in sending societies: a multilevel approach
  4. Agata B. Domachowska, The Refugee Crisis and the Western Balkan Route – the case of Macedonia
  5. Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska, Monika Krukowska, Islamic organisations in Europe and the refugee crisis of 2015+

Part 2: Integration and local Muslim communities

  1. Anisa Abeytia, Active and Passive Integration in Two Norwegian Cities, Mapping Syrian Refugees’ Access to Socio-Spatiality
  2. Adriana Cupcea, Islam in Dobruja (Romania). Interactions between local tradition and transnational influences
  3. Irina Molodikova, Muslim Refugees from Russia: Do the Chechens Bring Their Own “aul” from Chechnya to the EU?
  4. Nataša Simić, Jelena Vranješević, Refugee children in formal education in Serbia – multi-perspective views on challenges and good practices
  5. Imranali Panjwani, Evidence-gathering procedures in United Kingdom immigration law: A critique of Home Office decision-making, use of country guidance information and country expert reports in asylum cases
  6. Oleg Yarosh, Political conflict in Ukraine and its impact on the Muslim communities: local developments and transnational context
  7. Giacomo Mennuni, Islamic financial tools and Muslim communities in Europe: Housing pattern

Part 3: Narratives and Islamophobia

  1. Ernst Fürlinger, The Topics ‘Islam’ and ‘Refugees’ in the Election Campaign of the Freedom Party Austria in 2017
  2. Katarzyna Andrejuk, Politicizing Muslim immigration in Poland – discursive and regulatory dimensions
  3. Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska, Marta Pachocka, Inventing the Muslim Other in Poland (and why does it differ from Western Europe)
  4. Edina Lilla Mészáros, The politicization, mediatisation and the visual framing of the refugee crisis in Hungary
  5. Bolaji Balogun, Racialised Migration — from the perspective of colour in Poland
  6. Ima Sri Rahmani, Counter Islamophobia: An Analysis of the Discourse of Belgium’s Non-Government Organisation in the Media
  7. Maria Krasilnikova, Mutual social recognition between Muslims and non-Muslims in small groups. Attempts to reduce islamophobia among students in Russia
  8. Elodie Thevenin, Element of Social Change, Threatening Other:  Discursive Representations of Migrants and Refugees in Polish Parliamentary Debates
  9. Mustafa Switat, The Other in Poland. The anatomy of narratives
  10. Melek Aylin Özoflu, Perception towards Others of Europe in times of Crisis; A visit to Social Identity Theory