Generation M. Young Muslims Changing the World
(IB Tauris, London, 2016) by Shelina Janmohamed, is about the new generation of Muslim millennials that, with its urban, sophisticated, technological, creative character and with a relatively high purchasing power level, it is emerging globally (London, Paris, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Chicago, Singapore ...), changing the perception of what it is to be young and Muslim today, and influencing not only your community and generation (the ummah of the XXI century), but to consumption and markets. One of the project's activities is aimed at this 'generation M', the creation of an app with information on tourist routes halal in the project implementation regions.
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The 'Halal Market' project participates in the Berlin International Tourism Fair -ITB-, with the presence of four Andalusian companies
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