Hawzah News Agency (Berlin, Germany) - Slated for April 20-24, it is intended as an opportunity for raising awareness among young Muslims and non-Muslims, both German citizens and migrants, about the role of Islam in the Western European country.
Youths aged 17 to 25 will take part in the conference to share their views and experiences about challenges and opportunities in Germany.
According to the Iranian Cultural Center in Germany, there will be a number of workshops on political and social issues in which the participants will discuss the role of Islam and Muslim migrants in the German society.
The Mercator Foundation of Humboldt University is among the sponsors of the conference.
According to some reports, between 2010 and 2016, the number of Muslims living in Germany rose from 3.3 million (4.1% of the population) to nearly 5 million (6.1%). Immigration has been a major factor in the growth of Germany's Muslim population.