Society

"Love for all, hate for no-one": this year’s Jalsa Salana, organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in Karlsruhe (photo: DW/Nermin Ismail)

Germanyʹs Ahmadiyya community

"Integration is the least of our problems"

U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco, Dwight Bush, Sr., the provincial governor, Younes Elbathaoui, the president of the Moroccan Jewish Community of Marrakech-Safi, Jacky Kadoch, and president of the High Atlas Foundation, Yossef Ben-Meir distribute fruit trees to farmers and schoolchildren in 2016 (photo: High Atlas Foundation)

The High Atlas Foundationʹs fruit tree nursery project

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Muslim-Jewish goodwill blossoms in Morocco

Moroccan women demonstrate against rampant youth unemployment  in front of the parliament in Rabat (photo: Asmae Boukhems)

Youth unemployment in the Arab world

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MENA's generation jobless

Women's self-help project "Amal" in Marrakesh (photo: amalnonprofit.org)

Women's self-help project "Amal" in Morocco

The single mothers of Marrakesh

Extremism researcher Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck (source: YouTube)

Interview with extremism researcher Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck

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"Being part of a ʹcommunityʹ transcends everything"

Image symbolising immigration and diversity (photo: Imago/Westend61)

The issue of immigration

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German monoculture is a thing of the past

Members of Mr. Erbil Gentlemanʹs Club (source: YouTube; France24)

Mr. Erbil Gentlemanʹs Club

The Kurdish hipsters are in town

Fereshta Ludin, teacher at a Berlin private school, speaks at a press conference on "Twenty years of headscarf controversy: do bans prevent integration". As a public school teacher, Ludin was prevented from becoming a member of the civil service in Baden-Wurttemberg in 1998 owing to her wearing a headscarf (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/M. Murat)

More humanity post-Chemnitz

#WirSindMehr: "Hostility is the failure of identity"

Sufis in Cairo (photo: Abdel Rahman Mohamed)

Sufism in Egypt

Sufis, sheikhs and charlatans

Egyptian young people demonstrating in Cairo (photo: dpa)

Egyptʹs generation gap

Not following in their parentsʹ footsteps!

Metal plaque of a souk named after Saida Manoubiya, Tunis (photo: Sami Mlouhi [CC BY-SA 4.0  (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)]; Wikimedia Commons)

Aicha 'Lella Saida' Manoubiya

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Tunisia's feminist icon

Muslims in Mecca for the hajj ascend Mount Arafat in 48° C heat on 21.08.2018 (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/CIC)

The annual pilgrimage to Mecca

High summer hajj

Former ifa CrossCulture Programme participant Svetlana campaigns against bride abduction in Kyrgyzstan (photo: private)

Fighting forced marriage in Kyrgyzstan

Bride abduction is not cool

Souad Abderrahim, a candidate of the Islamist Ennahda party celebrates after being elected mayor of the city of Tunis on 3 July 2018. She is the first Tunisian woman to hold the post (photo: REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi)

Tunisʹ first female mayor

Abderrahim runs the gauntlet for Tunisian women

Riem Spielhaus is professor of Islamic Studies at the Georg-August University in Gottingen and head of the Department of Textbooks and Society at the Georg Eckert Institute, Leibniz Institute for International Textbook Research in Braunschweig (photo: Georg Eckert Institute)

Interview with Islam scholar Riem Spielhaus

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#MeTwo: "Itʹs a topic for German textbooks"

Education without Borders Sudan's "Cool School" campaign (source: Facebook; Education without Borders Sudan)

Civil society in Africa

Sudan′s young people roll up their sleeves

Symbolic image of integration in Germany

Racism debate in Germany

Integration – a process of give and take

Mesut Ozil and the German flag (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/R. Vennenbernd)

Mesut Ozil and #MeTwo

When are you German enough?

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