Do the right thing! The phenomenon of neo-Nazism and the new (edge) Right in Europe: mapping and management

Gazarte (Voutadon 32, Gazi) / 9.84 Amphitheater Athens (Piraeus 100, Gazi)

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The right-wing political parties and formations are gaining more and more ground in Europe – and it was clear long before the last European elections in 2014. The European extreme right is homogeneous political subject. The UKIP in Britain, the National Front in France, the Alternative for Germany (AfD), the Golden Dawn in Greece are some of the constructs that have many similarities but also major differences.

In our conference we will try to answer some key questions about the rise of the extreme right in Europe: Which raises the right-wing ideologies in different countries? What role is played by the economic and financial crisis on the rise of right-wing parties? What are the methods used by the far-right figures to gain social acceptance and appear as new allies of conservative parties in their countries? How long have penetrated far right to state institutions and what support the penetration? How can we resist the extreme right at national and European level?

In view of the forthcoming trial of the Golden Dawn in Greece, special theme of the conference will be devoted to lawsuits right-wing people and arrangements in several European countries (Norway, Germany).

The conference will be held at Gazarte, Voutadon 32, Gazi, and all sessions are open to the public.

On Friday, 21/11, at 18:30, debate in the auditorium of the “Athens 9.84” Gazi.

Languages ​​of the conference: Greek, English, German with simultaneous translation.

The conference is organized in cooperation with the attac.

PROGRAMME

Thursday, 11/20/2014

Gazarte, Voutadon 32, Gazi

Topic 1, 9:30 to 12:30

Crisis and rise of the extreme right: a prerequisite?

Andrea Mammone, Italy – historian, Royal Holloway, University of London

Daniel Trilling, England – journalist, writer

Coordination: Hugo Braun, attac Germany

Topic 2, 13:30 to 16:30

Rightwing criminal organizations to justice front: The cases of Breivik in Norway and NSU in Germany

Tor Bach, Norway – publisher vepsen. No

Fritz Burschel, Germany – Berlin tPA

Ulli Jentsch, Germany – journalist, member of apabiz and NSU- Watch

Chat 3, 17:00 to 20:00

Screening of the film The Cleaners (EN 2012, 36, Greek with English subtitles) and a brief discussion with the director Constantine Georgoussi

Rightwing criminal front organizations to justice: The case of the Golden Dawn in Greece

Dimitri Psaras, journalist

Takis Zotos, lawyer, advocate policy action in the proceedings of the Golden Dawn

Friday, 11/21/2014

Gazarte, Voutadon 32, Gazi

Topic 4, 9:30 to 12:30

The penetration of the far right in the political establishment and state

Jelle Bruinsma, Netherlands – Researcher , European University Institute

Fritz Burschel, Germany – Berlin tPA

Demosthenes Papadatos-Anagnostopoulos – Editorial rednotebook. GR

Mateusz Pietryka, Poland – A representative of the organization All Together – In corpore

Moderator: Nick Phillis, journalist, director of the newspaper Dawn

Discussion 5, 13:30 to 16:30

Communication channels between the extreme right and the conservative Right “new” right-wing ideologies, revival of Christian fundamentalism, the movement against abortion and antifeminismou. Common places and fertile soils

Andreas Kemper, Germany – writer-researcher

Heiko Koch, Germany – researcher-writer

Juliane Lang, Germany – scientist gender studies and education

Angelica Psaras – historian and journalist

Public event – discuss, 18:30 to 21:00

ATHENS Amphitheatre 9.84, Piraeus 100, Gazi

Political crisis, depreciation policy and the rise of the extreme right in Europe

Graeme Atkinson , England – Hope not Hate

Christopher Vernardakis, assistant professor of political science AUTH

Andrea Mammone, Italy – historian, Royal Holloway, University of London

Despina Paraskeva-Veloudogianni, political scientist

Saturday, 22/11/2014

Gazarte, Voutadon 32, Gazi

Discussion 6, 11:30 to 14:00

Addressing neo I: institutional level

Thanassis Kampagiannis, lawyer, member of the Political Education of the anti-fascist movement in the proceedings of the Golden Dawn

Helen Tacoma, assistant coordinator of the Network Recording Racist Incidents of Violence

Natascha Strobl, Austria attac

Discussion 7, 15:30 to 18:00

Addressing neo II: the communicative level, the social construction of necessary dikes

Graeme Atkinson, England – Hope not Hate

Ulli Jentsch, Germany – journalist, member of apabiz and NSU- Watch

Thanassis Kourkoulas – member of the Movement Deport Racism

Jens tho richt, Germany – Die Linke Saxony

19:00 to 20:00 and evaluation time for networking

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