Online Debate "Muslim Communities in Europe and the U.S. after COVID-19"
Muslim communities in Europe and the United States have been affected by the pandemic in a specific way: pilgrimages, collective prayers, and other services have had to be adapted accordingly while dealing with the everyday realities of being immigrants and minority groups. How have these communities coped with the pandemic? How does this differ from the experience of other religious communities? Are there any political implications for social cohesion and how Islam is viewed in Europe and the United States?
23 JUN 2020

invites you to the online debate 


23 June (Tuesday) 2020

15:00-16:00 CET (Poland/Germany)

9:00–10:00 EST (United States) 

 The debate will be livestreamed on our YouTube channel: 


A conversation between:

  • Yasemin El Menouar, Senior Researcher and Head of the Religion Monitor project at Bertelsmann Stiftung, Germany
  • Amani El Jack, Associate Prof. & Incoming Chair, Department of Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston,  United States
  • Patrycja Sasnal, Head of Research and Senior Fellow for the Middle East, PISM, Poland


The discussion will be held in English.


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