Combatting Neo-Fascism and Populism in Everyday Practices
Round Table, © German Embassy
The Jean Monnet Network Centre of Excellence is very pleased to host this Online Panel Series. In the following round-table, they will explore the transatlantic connections between Europe and Canada both in terms of far-right ideologies and networks and forms of resilience and opposition in particular national contexts. These round-tables form part of a larger research project into the challenges posed by far-right and populist groups, actors, networks, and imaginaries and how they are shaping our world today.
A panel series organized by Jennifer Evans, Swen Steinberg, and David Y. Clement.
Sponsored by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ottawa, the Centre for European Studies Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at Carleton University in Ottawa, and the Canadian Heritage/Digital Citizen Initiative.
Fabian Virchow (Department of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf)
- Nancy Jouwe (Co-Founder of Framer Framed, Mapping Slavery)
- Silke Baer (Centre for the prevention of right-wing extremism in Germany, cultures interactive e.V)
- Maya Roy (CEO, YWCA Canada, Block Hate Initiative)
This is a free event and open to the public. Registration is required to attend.
Please note that although the website states that this is an event in the past, you can still register for the upcoming round table further down on the website!