The french office in charge of the evaluation of all forms of discrimination, HALDE (Haute autorité de lutte contre les discriminations), presents its latest testing report on recruitement discrimination. The presentation paper refers to a complete report, available online
The testing is based on 20 companies and nearly 1500 job offers. It shows the statistical discrimination rate of job candidates with different ethnic origins from the french, or of persons who are elder then 45 years. The statistical discrimination rate of persons with african or arabian origins is 23% (23% less opportunities than others) and even 42% concerning the persons elder than 45. The more discriminating company is ACCOR (Accor Jobs).
École de Médecine 15, rue de l’École de Méde cine, 75006 Paris
A Roundtable By The Network On Comparative Research On Islam and Muslims In Europe (NOCRIME)
Organized with the Sponsorship of the European Commission (DG Research)
Keynote address by Jocelyne Cesari
Key question addressed: do Muslims Create and Organize their Communities in Ways that Affect Citizenship Formation and Political Mobilization?
Muslim Women and European Citizenship
Gema Martín-Muñoz, University Autonoma of Madrid Muslim Women in Spain. Leadership and Religious Identity in an Accommodation Framework
Nico Landman, Utrecht University Dutch Muslim Women in National and Local Politics: Intermediaries between State and Mosque Organisations?
Valérie Amiraux, CURAPP and European University Institute Local Muslim Leaderships in France: Coping with Generations, Gender and Politics
DISCUSSANTS: Sabiha El-Zayat, Centre for Islamic Women Studies – Zentrum für Islamische Frauenforschung Ahmed Jaballah, IESH – Institut Européen des Sciences Humaines de Paris
European Citizenship and Muslim Leadership
CHAIR: Pandeli Glavanis, Manchester University
Sean McLoughlin, Leeds University Citizenship and Muslim Leaderships in the UK: Orientations of the Muslim Council of Britain and the Islamic Foundation
Chantal Saint-Blancat, University of Padov, Ottavia Schmidt di Frieberg, University of Trieste Local Leadership: Visible and Invisible Interactions with the Italian Local Society in Northern Italy
Jonas Otterbeck, Malmö University Muslim Callers in Sweden
Moussa Khedimellah, GSRL (CNRS-EPHE) Opposition or Compatibility between Local and National French Muslim Leaders: The Case of Paris
DISCUSSANTS: Dilwar Hussain, Islamic Foundation Tariq Ramadan, University of Fribourg
Pandeli Glavanis, Manchester University
CONCLUDING REMARKS: Angela Liberatore, European Commission – DG Research