This Chapter considers the King of Jordan's Amman Message within a European context focusing on the challenges faced within contemporary Europe. Drawing directly on the research experience of launching and implementing the EU-funded 'Promotion of the Amman Message Project in Europe' and the significant learning and insights that followed. Hardy references the Amman Message as a dialogue tool that can be deployed to provide opportunity to rebuild and develop trust. It is the dual audience and dual message that makes the Amman Message so appropriate for the current socio-political climate.
|Title of host publication||Muslim Identity in a Turbulent Age|
|Subtitle of host publication||Islamic Extremism and Western Islamaphobia|
|Editors||Mike Hardy, Fiyaz Mughal, Sarah Markiewicz|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||24|
|ISBN (Electronic)||978 1 78450 419 9|
|ISBN (Print)||978 1 78592 152 0|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Jan 2017|
Bibliographical noteThe Chapter records the work undertaken in a major research project funded by the EU and supported by the Jordanian Government :'The Promotion of the Amman Message in Europe (2012-14)
- Amman message
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Social Sciences(all)
Hardy, M. (2017). Taking the Amman Message to European Audiences: A message for Muslims and non-Muslims alike. In M. Hardy, F. Mughal, & S. Markiewicz (Eds.), Muslim Identity in a Turbulent Age: Islamic Extremism and Western Islamaphobia (pp. 39-63). London: Jessica Kingsley.