The European migrant crisis that began more than ten years ago changed the social status quo of many EU countries. The crisis has many dimensions but one of them is religious prejudice and fear of Islam. The tension caused by growing social polarization should be addressed by both theoretical and practical propositions for education and social work with immigrants. Some countries in Europe are more open towards immigrants, other refuse to fulfill European Union obligations in this sphere. Partly it is connected with positive or negative experience with different minorities or with the social structure. For example Catholic Poland is very monolithic as far as the religion is concerned.
Zob. Interreligious dialogue as the pedagogical respond to the migration crisis, Mirosław Patalon, Szymon Dąbrowski, ТЕОРІЯ ТА ПРАКТИКА НАВЧАННЯ І ВИХОВАННЯ, Korolenko National Pedagogical University, 2017, s. 3-7.