Challenging Multiculturalism: European Models of Diversity

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Index
Note: page numbers in italics denote tables or figures
A Just Russia, 287
accommodation of differences cultural, 53–6, 67, 99, 149, 305
equality of opportunity, 184–5
laws and policies, 191
left-/right-wing, 217
and liberalism, 70
municipal level, 196
politics of, 16, 41, 43, 53
pragmatic, 112, 113, 114, 230–2
religious, 67, 149, 169, 270, 305
social/political rights, 99, 209
state models, 42
acculturation, 69, 184, 242, 250, 326
ACOM, 110
Action Plan, Denmark, 198, 199
Action Programme, EU, 32
Admission Law, Belgium, 128–9
Advisory Committee on Minorities Research (ACOM), 110
affirmative action programmes, 169, 210
Akopov, Sergey, 20–1, 294
AKP, 307, 308, 312
Albanian immigrants, 219, 228
Alevi community, 302, 304–5
Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin, 80
ALLBUS survey, 176–84
Amato, Giuliano, 225, 226
Amselle, Jean-Loup, 241
Amsterdam, 113
Amsterdam Treaty, 32
Anderson, Benedict, 283
Anthony, Andrew, 77
anti-discrimination, 32, 45, 168, 269–70, 274
anti-immigration parties, 3, 100, 105, 221, 222
anti-Islam discourse, 223, 225; see also Islamophobia
anti-paternalism, 65
anti-racism, 8–9, 84, 243
anti-Semitism, 7, 199, 258, 273
anti-terrorism approach, 76, 87–90
Armenian genocide, 311
assimilation
Denmark, 190, 326
Flanders, 126
France, xii, 15, 20, 35, 240
and integration, 84, 204, 241–5
Italy, 216
minority groups, 207–8
Netherlands, 98, 104–6, 112–14
political membership, 52
racialisation, 241
resisted, 175, 180
Sweden, 141
Turkey, 301–2
Assimilationism
differentialism, 101
and dual citizenship, 101, 180
integration, 39, 84, 115, 204, 241–5
liberal state, 56
multiculturalism, 53, 99
national identities, 28
vs recognition of difference, 325
rise of, 112
Association of People of Silesian Nationality, 261–2
asylum seekers
Belgium, 122, 124
Denmark, 192, 194
France, 247
Germany, 165, 171
Poland, 275
Sweden, 145, 149
Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal, 308, 312; see also Kemalist regime
Ausländerkriminalität, 172
autochthon minorities, 260–2, 274; see also indigenous populations
autonomy
Belgium, 120, 121, 128, 132, 135
collective, 16, 68
culture, 59–62
institutional, 240
Italy, 221
personal, 56, 58, 59, 64–5, 68
Polish provinces, 261
Russian regions, 261, 280, 282
Azerbaijan, 289
Bade, Klaus J., 172–3
banlieues, 242–3, 246–7
Banting, Keith, 5, 6, 9, 75, 85, 194, 195, 237
Barkey, Karen, 300
Barry, Brian, 75, 82
Basques, 58, 322
Belgian Nationality Law, 133–5
Belgium
Admission Law, 128–9
asylum seekers, 122, 124
autonomy, 120, 121, 128, 132, 135
Centre for Equal
Opportunities and
Opposition to Racism, 125
citizenship, 133
Commission for Intercultural Dialogue, 130
Equal Opportunities and Social Integration, 130–1

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