27. Mai 2018
Der Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für jüdisches Leben in Deutschland und den Kampf gegen Antisemitismus, Felix Klein, diskutierte mit dem ehemaligen Bundestagsabgeordneten Volker Beck und IIBSA Co-Director Kim Robin Stoller über “BDS – Antisemitismusforschung” beim 70 Jahre Israel Festival der Deutsch-Israelischen-Gesellschaft. Die Veranstaltung wurde von Sebastian Mohr (IIBSA) moderiert.
Source: International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA), 17.6.2014
Rabat. 60 NGO activists, educators, blogger and journalists from 15 Moroccan cities and villages spread all over Morocco gathered on 14 and 15 of June in the Moroccan capital Rabat to discuss strategies in order to promote tolerance and to combat all forms of discrimination in Morocco, with a specific focus on antisemitism. The two-days event with the title „National Meeting on Tolerance. Towards a National Strategy to promote Tolerance“ was organized by the Moroccan nationwide organization Dialogus in cooperation with the International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA) based in Berlin and London. During the event, recommendations for state institutions and media were developed focusing on related main problems in Moroccan society: discrimination and hatred against homosexuals, Jews and Israel, handicapped people, the Amazigh (‘Berber’) population and Black people, as well as discrimination of women in general.[:] Weiterlesen
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Rencontre nationale sur la tolérance
Rabat le 14-15 Juin 2014
Hôtel OSCAR Rabat Maroc
Sous le thème : vers une stratégie nationale pour la promotion de la tolérance
Ateliers de formations
Kim Robin Stoller (2013): Modern Capitalist Society, Competing Nation States, Antisemitism and Hatred of the Jewish State. In: Charles Asher Small: Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity. Volume I: Conceptional Approaches. ISGAP: New York, pp. 135-140.
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Kim Robin Stoller (International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism) — download PDF
After World War II, there were more than 250 000 Jews living in Morocco. Most of them immigrated to Israel in the 1950s and 1960s, making the population from Morocco or with Moroccan descent the second largest in Israel. Today, a newly proposed law submitted by the majority of Moroccan parliamentarian groups asks for the punishment of contacts with Israel and Israelis with two to five years of imprisonment. Human rights activists from Morocco are condemning the proposal as “inhumane,” “unconstitutional” and “influenced by Nazi-tendencies” and are asking for help from the international community. [:] Weiterlesen