University platform for research on Islam

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the Federation
of European

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the International
of Catholic

German, French

Centre suisse islam et société

Launch of a website about Islam in Switzerland

In conclusion of the project “Muslim organizations as social actors”(OMAS), the Swiss Center for Islam and Society (CSIS, University of Friborg) designed the website It provides the general public with a great deal of information, whether it be key figures and statistics concerning Islam and Muslims in Switzerland or central themes such as chaplaincy in public institutions, the roles and training of imams, discrimination or even local Muslim organizations. The website is available in French and German.

Link to the website

En conclusion du projet « Les organisations musulmanes comme actrices sociales » (OMAS), le Centre Suisse Islam et Société (CSIS, Université de Fribourg) a conçu le site internet Celui-ci met au profit du grand public un grand nombre d’informations, que ce soient les chiffres et statistiques clés concernant l’islam et les musulman∙e∙s en Suisse ou des thèmes centraux comme l’aumônerie dans les institutions publiques, les rôles et la formation des imams, la discrimination ou encore les organisations musulmanes locales. Le site est disponible en français et en allemand.

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