Thinking #unteilbar – a public think tank: Europe of the many

With Ferda Ataman, Holger Bergmann, Nikita Dhawan, Newroz Duman, Kira Kirsch, Falk Richter, Kathrin Röggla, Fabian Virchow / Moderation: Holger Bergmann, Margarita Tsomou

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ca. 120 min.

The rise of right-wing authoritarian forces in Europe is a threat to the diversity of lifestyles and cultures and also has consequences for artistic freedom. On the occasion of the EU elections, the series “#unteilbar denken – a public think tank” along with DIE VIELEN will discuss visions for a “Europe of the many.” How can we conceive of alternatives beyond isolation, austerity policies and nationalism?

With Ferda Ataman (author), Nikita Dhawan (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen), Newroz Duman (Welcome United / Pro Asyl), Falk Richter (director and author), Kira Kirsch (brut Wien / Die Vielen), Kathrin Röggla (writer), Fabian Virchow (main research right-wing extremism / Fachhochschule Düsseldorf) / Moderation: Holger Bergmann (Die Vielen), Margarita Tsomou (HAU Hebbel am Ufer) / Graphic Recording: Yorgos Konstantinou

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    Thu 2.5.2019, 19:00 / HAU1

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