Join the conference "Bigotry and hate: Local and Global Perspectives"
Across the globe, bigotry and hate are on the rise. They are manifest in every part of the world. Despite the broad scope of and global literature on bigotry and hate, less attention has been paid to their local manifestations and particularities.
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The Global Consortium on Bigotry and Hate brings together scholars and practitioners from across the globe to explore these local manifestations of bigotry and hate and the local interventions that have been developed to stop them.
"Bigotry and hate: Local and Global Perspectives" is a conference hosted by The Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies (HL-senteret) in co-operation with Center for Research on Extremism at the University in Oslo as part of our membership in Global Consortium on Bigotry and Hate.
The first day of the conference will focus on bigotry and hate in Norway, the second day on bigotry and hate around the world.
December 12: Bigotry and hate in Contemporary Norway
09.15: Welcome by director Guri Hjeltnes
Alexander Hinton: What is the Consortium on Bigotry and Hate?
Part 1: Bigotry and hate in Contemporary Norway (09.45 – 12.00)
Vibeke Moe: Attitudes towards Jews and Muslims in Norway
Ivar Bjørklund: Bigotry and ideology – the Sámi experience.
Mette Andersson: What about skin-color? The concept of race and racism in Norway
Lunch 12.00 – 13.00
Part 2: The Norwegian far right (13.00 – 15.30)
Anders Jupskås: Back on the streets? Assessing contemporary Norwegian far right offline mobilization
Alexa Døving: Bringing the enemy closer to home – conspiracy talk on Norwegian Facebook-groups
Short coffee break
Astrid Rambøl: Anti-Islam activists - Racists who claim not to be
Terje Emberland: The SS phantasies of Anders Behring Breivik
15.30 End of open part of the conference
December 13: Manifestations of bigotry and hate around the world
09.00 Coffee, Welcome
Alexander Hinton: Opening talk on conceptual framework
Part 1 Local particularities around the world (09.45 – 12.30)
Tali Nates: Hate of the ‘other’ in post-Apartheid South Africa
Daniel Feierstein: Fascism in Latin-America
Short coffee break & Fruit
Valery Engel: Racism of the today’s Europe.
Eric Gozlan: Antisemitism in France
Stephen Bronner: The future of tolerance
Lunch 12.30 – 13.30
Part 2 Panel discussion: How to combat bigotry and hate (13.30 – 15.00)
Moderator: Alexander Hinton
Participants: Adam Muller, Altman, Peder Nustad, Maria Galeva
1500: End of open part of conference
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