'It is good to find a book which is not taken in by a false political rhetoric but is willing to adapt and defend multiculturalism across Europe. This book is to be recommended to students and specialists alike.'
Tariq Modood, University of Bristol
'An excellent overview of the so-called 'crisis of multiculturalism' in W. Europe. The contributors explore beneath the stereotypes, which have dominated public discussion of this 'crisis', to reveal the complex reality of the cultural pluralism produced by global migration.'
John Eade, Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism
'What it brings to the discussion is a wealth of fascinating material grounded in facts: a welcome addition to the literature.'
H.A. Hellyer, University of Warwick and author of Muslims of Europe'
'Written in a refreshing, accessible style the book deserves to be the starting point for any serious academic or policy analysis. An essential purchase.'
Sean Carey, Roehampton University