On 7 May 2013, the plenary session of the German Islam Conference met for the final time in the current legislative period. The question of the future was raised and the meeting also considered the DIK’s achievements to date.
On 17 May 2010, the plenary meeting of the German Islam Conference approved the programme of work for the second phase of the Conference (DIK). Read more about the new tasks the Conference (DIK) has set itself.
The German Minister of the Interior at the time, Dr Wolfgang Schäuble, convened the German Islam Conference in 2006 and, in so doing, created a national context for managing relations between the German state and Muslims in Germany.
Most people know Ramadan as the month during which Muslims are not allowed to eat or drink during the day. But what actually happens after the fast is broken? Muslims in Germany demonstrate that there is more to know about this month.
Saturday evening, in a small concert hall somewhere in the middle of Germany. Defne Şahin and her fellow musicians prepare for the sound check and tune their instruments. The young singer with the long dark curls stands...
Kazim Erdogan has won many awards for his self-help group for Turkish men, most recently the "Panterpreis" awarded by the taz newspaper. The message of the "Fathers' Group" is that macho sayings are not helpful.