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Right-wing pop­ulism, nation­al iden­ti­ty pol­i­tics and neo-fas­cism — a threat to Europe and democracy?

Wednesday, 22 March 2023

His­tor­i­cal, soci­o­log­i­cal, and psy­cho­log­i­cal expla­na­tions for these right-wing phe­nom­e­na, how democ­ra­cies can respond to them democ­ra­cies can respond, and how the right in France has made it to the gates of power.
Meri Uhlig, head of the Office for Inte­gra­tion Karl­sruhe in con­ver­sa­tion with the award-win­ning free­lance jour­nal­ist and France expert Romy Straßen­burg and the renowned polit­i­cal sci­en­tist polit­i­cal sci­en­tist Dr. Rolf Franken­berg­er, expert in the fields of right-wing right-wing extrem­ism and democ­ra­cy research.

What is behind the terms right-wing pop­ulism, nation­al iden­ti­ty pol­i­tics and neo-fas­cism and how are they dis­tin­guished? How can these phe­nom­e­na be explained? Has the Euro­pean mod­el become obso­lete com­pared to the nation-state?

Dr. Rolf Franken­berg will give an overview of the devel­op­ment of right-wing extrem­ism since World War II in a Euro­pean con­text and what right-wing extrem­ism pre­ven­tion can look like.

Using France as an exam­ple, the jour­nal­ist Romy Straßen­burg will show how the extreme right has made it to the gates of pow­er and what this means for Europe.

Target group: adults
This event is gratis


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