Information event „Xenophobia versus multiculturalism after Charlie Hebdo“

On March 24th 2015 in thе InformationCenterto the Ministry of Defence was held a discussion forum on topic „Xenophobia versus multiculturalism after Charlie Hebdo“. The event is a part of the project “Exchange of practices and creation of a model to limit hate speech by creating a culture of tolerance and recognizing diversity”.

Panels:
1. Integration, jihadism, xenophobia and combating of intolerance in Europe- unity and diversity.

Basic integrational and exemplary models that could be followed and implemented – France, Great Britain, Germany. Multilayer xenophobia, paradigms for limitation of hate speech. West European, Balkan and East European jihadism.
Reporter- prof. Vladimir Chukov, arabist
2. „Charlie“- Psychology of Aggression
The theme of aggression. Psychology of Aggression as a manifestation of the self-identification crisis. Decline of the culture, the question of freedom and aggression.
Reporter- PhD Milko Vassiliev, head of the Informational Center to MD (Ministry of Defence).
3. Freedom of speech vs. hate speech in the century of multiculturalism.
„Social adjustments towards hate speech in Bulgaria“- sociologic surveys, data and the report of the Open Society Institute- Sofia, 2014. Open hostility and media. Junction between hate speech and hatred-driven crimes. Tolerance border in the multicultural world.
Reporter: Vyara Gancheva, socilologist
4. Survey regarding the process of overcoming displays of racism and xenophobia, conducted among children, youths and juveniles from Sofia 12-26.01.2015
Brief information for the survey. Analysis of the extracted data. Considering the data.
Reporter: PhD. Yuri Katsarov, psychologist
5. Death of multiculturalism and resurrection of xenophobia- what are the alternatives of the social reality in Europe?
Multiculturlism as a socially ideology- causes and interlinks. Xenophobia as an unacceptable model of social reality- factors and consequences. Alternatives of the bipolar model- education, new social contract and new co-existence forms.
Reporter: Metodi Pachev, arabist


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The Project „Exchange of practices and creation of a model to limit hate speech by creating a culture of tolerance and recognizing diversity” is financed within he NGO Programme in Bulgaria under the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2009-2014.





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