What we do: The Amadeu Antonio Foundations goal is to reinforce a democratic civil society that promotes pluralism and human rights while opposing right-wing extremism, racism and anti-Semitism
Accusations against Till Lindemann are steadily increasing. Rammstein stated that they give the affected women the right to their perspective on the matter. Inherently that would be fair if it weren’t for Lindemann’s celebrity lawyers who have already sent cease-and-desist letters to the women who speak out. That’s why we are raising money to support the affected individuals and to balance the power dynamics.
On Wednesday 25th January, Nicholas Potter, journalist and researcher at the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, addressed the Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France. The hearing on the challenge of far-right ideology to democracy and human rights in Europe will be the basis of a report to be written by the committee this year. Nicholas Potter was invited by the committee as an expert on far-right violence. Read the full speech.
After almost 25 years, the founder of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, Anetta Kahane, is stepping down as chairwoman of the board and devoting more time to her duties as a publicist. The new board of directors will take over the management of the foundation on April 1, 2022 and consists of Timo Reinfrank, Tahera Ameer and Lars Repp.