|Molly Hankwitz on Tue, 8 Jan 2019 00:09:09 +0100 (CET)|
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|<nettime> European Islamophobia report - countries needed|
The European Islamophobia Report (EIR) is an annual report, which has been published since 2015. The EIR documents and analyzes trends in the spread of Islamophobia in various European nation states. Every year on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (March 21), the EIR is published online and in print and disseminated among leading stakeholders, politicians, NGOs, and anti-racist organizations. The EIR is presented at several supranational institutions such as the OSCE ODIHR, the European Parliament, and other important international and national institutions. One or more persons can author a report of his/her country of expertise. The executive office will disseminate the reports among key policy-makers, journalists and NGO activists on the local, national, and European level.
Language: English (Executive Summary in both the native language and English)
Dissemination: Reports will be available in hard copy and accessible online via www.islamophobiaeurope.com.
We are still looking for authors for the following countries:
Long report (6,000 words): Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland.
Short report (3,000 words): Albania, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Iceland, Kosovo, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Portugal, Slovakia, Southern Cyprus, Ukraine.
€1,000 for long reports
€500 for short reports
Application should include:
January 10, Feedback to authors
February 1, 2019: Final draft for country reports
March 21, 2019: Publication
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