Surveys show high approval ratings among parts of the German population for feelings of national superiority, racism and anti-Semitism. Devaluation of other people and nationalism form community-building religious patterns that bind people together and exclude others. Instead of God, ideological patterns of isolation become the basis of faith.
Under National Socialism, Germany fell from a society with high standards of culture and civilization into the deepest barbarism in just a few years. The basis for this was the elevation of the German national community.
In this workshop everyone will think about what tools they need to resist exclusionary tendencies. They ask about the special nature of anti-Semitism among racisms and consider how majorities and minorities can treat each other carefully.
Conference for young people up to 20 years old.
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