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Anti-Semitism in Germany and Italy – Contrastive Perspectives on a Social Phenomenon

Event info

  • today from 22/07/2021 to 24/07/2021
  • place Villa Vigoni
  • lock_openOpen access
  • All information regarding the event is provided under the responsibility of the coordinators.
  • Coordination

    Prof. Sandro M. Moraldo, Bologna


For some years now, anti-Jewish attitudes have been on the rise again in liberal democratic societies such as Germany and Italy, where human dignity and respect for dissenters have been declared a recognized principle of social coexistence by the Basic Law and the Constitution. The number of anti-Semitic crimes is rising, resentment is openly turning into hatred, and right-wing populist positions are increasingly coming to the fore. The event aims to provide an up-to-date insight into this contemporary anti-Semitism and also to ask what possibilities there are for action to oppose it.

To register to Day 1 (22.07.2021): HERE

To register to Day 2 (23.07.2021): HERE