networking against exclusion
admin 03/21/2008 - 18:25 Array
The aim of the Summer School is to provide its participants with an comprehensive understanding of the immigration and asylum policy of the European Union from a legal point of view.
admin 03/19/2008 - 12:22 Array
From 26th to 30th October 2005, the European Youth Centres in Budapest and Strasbourg organised a symposium in Strasbourg under the headline "all different - all equal". The symposium celebrated the 10th anniversary of the European Youth Campaign against racism, antisemitism, xenophobia and intolerance by marking its continuation and restart.
admin 03/07/2008 - 17:51 Array
Europe Direct Firenze announces the "IMAGO EUROPAE" CONTEST, which is dedicated to the theme of Intercultural Dialogue. The purpose of this contest is to focus on the importance of intercultural dialogue in the following themes: discrimination and social exclusion, racism and xenophobia, asylum and integration of immigrants, human rights and sustainable development.
fls 11/22/2007 - 10:47 Array
"Analysis and Strategies against Antisemitism" is an international conference in Madrid. it is organized by International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (Germany), and Movement against Intolerance (Spain).
admin 11/12/2007 - 17:23 Array
Several thousand people marched in a counter-demonstration on Saturday, November 10th 2007, in protest against the gathering of the far-right MND group.
More than 1,500 armed police officers sealed off the Jewish quarter, where members of the far-right Movement for Young Nationalist Democrats (MND) had planned to meet.
fls 11/12/2007 - 11:18 Array
A 16-year old youngster has been stabbed to death by a neo-nazi in Madrid. On their way to a protest against a rally held by the racist party "Democracia Nacional", a small group of antifascists encountered some of the neo-nazis in or near a train station. A fight broke out, and Carlos Javier Palomino, a 16 year old antifascist, died from stab injuries to the heart. Another four were hospitalized — one in serious condition.
franziska 11/15/2005 - 15:07
Antifascistic Action Novi Sad organized two events on 9th November: public debate at the Philosophy Faculty (well known by right wing debates and right wing student) with moderator and two guests: Prof.Milenko Perovic, chief of Philosophy department at the same faculty, and Vladimir Markovic, sociologist from Belgrade. Both of them are known as people who are doing research on historical and contemporary aspects of fascism, among other things.
sla 11/11/2005 - 14:25
From November 6th to 9th 2005 for the second time a youth conference for young people from all over Europe took place, where issues of discrimination, and exlusion are being discussed. As its predecessor in 2001, also this conference took place in Berlin and resulted in a declaration and an action plan, created by the conference participants.
fls 10/17/2005 - 17:38
An increasing number of media initiatives across Europe show a wide range of different content, contexts, audience groups and local media output. The Media Literacy Conference on Novermber 11 and 12, 2005, in Berlin, invites people from these initiatives to develop a better expertise in the approach and results of their media work and to deepen democratic and direct media impetus in Europe. The topic of “Media and Social Intervention” focuses on methods and examples which helped people to develop their own critical voice through the use of independent media.
fls 09/29/2005 - 13:56
Tate Britain is hosting a conference on "Creativity and the public domain" on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th October 2005, 11am - 5pm. Inspired by Free Software, which challenges conventional practices of authorship, ownership and distribution, this innovative congress explores the implications of those developments for art, visual culture and cultural production in general. Taking place across two days, the Congress will be structured through three themes of Governance, Creativity and Knowledge; and an array of international and UK participants - artists, theorists, academics and activists - will shape Open Congress through presentations, discussion, workshops and events.
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