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Brochure "Better integration of Muslims into the labour market"

The brochure, "Better integration of Muslims into the labour market" is the result of the work of DIK project group of the same name. It deals with the topics of Muslims in the labour market, and looks at diversity in everyday work life and intercultural openness of the labour market. The publication offers information about the extent to which the labour market is accessible to Muslims and which obstacles are to be overcome in this respect. By using examples of good practice and practical guidance, this booklet shows how some of these obstacles have already been successfully overcome and the potential that can be found in tackling these topics. In this context, there are also answers to the question as to how a clash between religious observations and employment duties can be consensually resolved by employer and employee. The latter is examined from various perspectives, for example, from the point of view of the employer or the Muslim association representatives.

In addition, general information about Muslims in Germany can also be obtained from the brochure.

"Bessere Integration von Musliminnen und Muslimen in den Arbeitsmarkt"

The brochure "Better integration of Muslims into the labour market" is currently only available in German.

DIK Editorial board, 19.04.2012

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