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Islam and secularism in France: can it work? A France24 round table (video)

May 31, 2013

(An employee at the counter of Beurger King Muslim, or BKM, in Clichy-sous-Bois, a suburb east of Paris, August 8, 2005. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen)

France24 television’s English-language channel invited Adbel Aïssou  (Managing Director, Randstad France), Sophie Gherardi (founder of  the French-language religion news website fait-religieux.com) and myself on Thursday to discuss the issue of dealing with religious demands at the workplace in France.

Randstad France and Sciences Po Rennes published a survey on this question this week that was the basis for my story and blog post on Tuesday entitled French firms see rising religious demands at work, study says. 

Here’s the discussion (17 minutes):

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