Theo-Web. Academic Journal of Religious Education 16 (2017), V.2, xx-yy

Migration and interreligious learning in religious education: The school as a laboratory and learning field for novel social interaction

(Forced) migration changes our society and challenges both schools and the field of religious education. The article posits schools and religious education as a labora-tory and learning field which, by taking cultural and religious differences seriously, enables the practice of new forms of social coexistence with all their opportunities and difficulties. Unlike social science, this article also looks at religion as a factor in integration processes and asks how religious education should be organized and conceptualized against this background. By means of a case study from a video-based educational research project with ref-ugees, the author formulates consequences for interfaith education, which help differentiate the social discourse of integration.

Migration,interreligiöses Lernen im Religionsunterricht,Schule als Labor,Lernfeld, gesellschaftliches Miteinander

Theo-Web. Academic Journal of Religious Education 16 (2017), V.2