Timo Reinfrank is managing director of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation. The Germany portal “deutschland.de” spoke with him about the danger…
The Fika Project spoke in an interview with Anetta Kahane, Chairwoman of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, about polarization.
Researchers, it seems, still know relatively little about far-right lone wolf terrorists. But the internet and social media in particular…
Rosa Fava, head of the project ju: an – Anti-Semitism and Racism-critical Youth Work on the terrible events in Hanau.
For years, the “Identitarian Movement” was a favorite project of the so-called “New Right” in Germany and especially of publisher and “Institut für Staatspolitik” leader Götz Kubitschek. That’s probably over now.
For the 17th time, the Weeks of Action against Antisemitism are taking place all across Germany.
The „Gamification“ of Terror – when hate becomes a game.
One of the most perceptible changes triggered by the growing influence of right-wing populists in parliaments and the media is impacting civil society. Initiatives are being put under pressure, defamed and threatened.
On 15 March 2019, right-wing extremist terrorists killed 50 people and seriously injured another 48 in New Zealand. Two mosques were attacked, the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch and a mosque in the suburb of Linwood.
Now that the German Law on Improving Law Enforcement in Social Networks (NetzDG) has come into force, the Amadeu Antonio Foundation has reiterated its criticism of the legislation. In its present form, the act is not achieving what it purports to do.