What you need to know about right wing extremism
Join RAN practitioners for a live webinar on right-wing extremism
The right-wing extremist (RWE) scene has undergone many shifts and changes over the past three decades. For instance, it has moved from offline to online. It has also embraced the gaming culture. There has also been a marked increase in cross-border activities and transnational networks.
First-line practitioners, civil society organisations (CSOs) and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are taking centre stage to address these challenges.
During this webinar, we will share insights from the RAN factbook on right-wing extremism, which provides an overview of fundamental elements of RWE movements across the EU, and discuss the related implications for practitioners in their work on prevention of violent extremism.
Nikki Sterkenburg (expert on RWE and author of the factbook) will lead the webinar and Jordy Krasenberg (RAN staff) will moderate.
First-line practitioners, NGOs and CSOs interested in learning more about RWE and how to tackle the challenges of this type of extremism in their daily work.
In this webinar you will learn:
- the scope of the right-wing scene;
- the definition of nationalism, racism, xenophobia, call for a strong state, anti-democratic attitude / radical right & extreme right;
- the different ideologies that RWE consist of;
- the different RWE narratives;
- the symbols and vocabulary of the RWE;
- representations and manifestations;
- the role of women;
- trends and challenges;
- implications for practitioners.
Reserve your spot
The webinar will be held on 15 May, 10 am CET Amsterdam (please take note of different time zones).
If you wish to register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org containing this information:
Question or remarks:
Prior to the event (approx. 1 day before), a link to participate will be forwarded to you.
We are looking forward to seeing you!