Germany’s Quest for Interfaith Integration: A Work in Progress

When immigrant workers first began to arrive in Germany in large groups to sustain the country’s post-World War II industrial growth, no one imagined that their children and grandchildren would be living in German cities five decades later.

Today, every fifth person in Germany is of an immigrant background, but it was not until 2005 that Germany eventually declared itself a country of immigration and started implementing policies for integration of immigrants into mainstream German society.


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