Enemies of freedom. Scapegoating ideologies, antisemitic conspiracy theories and counter-narratives

  A conference organised by Political Capital Institute and Szombat Jewish Political and Cultural Magazine. Date: 25-26 November, 2013. Venue: Embassy of the United Kingdom, Budapest, Hungary.   The event is organised by: The event is supported by: The European Jewish Fund, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and the OSI Think Tank Fund.   Overview of the program: 25 November, 2013  Read more

November 18, 2013 in Events, News

How to tackle the far right? Delusions and new Proposals

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Budapest and Political Capital Institute organized a conference on strategies against right-wing extremism in Budapest, Hungary on October 11, 2012 with the participation of leading international and  Hungarian experts and intellectuals. The following paper summarizes the findings of the paper presented at the event, as well as the summary of the speakers’  Read more

October 26, 2012 in Analyses, Europe, Events, News

Attitude radicals in Hungary – in international context

Looking at Europe as a whole, social demand for far-right ideas has not increased significantly in the wake of the current economic crisis in the past few years. In Southern and Western Europe demand for far-right ideologies shows a rising trend: in particular, prejudice has intensified dramatically in Switzerland, Belgium and Finland, and to a lesser extent, in  Read more

February 29, 2012 in Events

Populism in Europe: Hungary

Over the last decade, nationalist populist parties and movements have been growing in strength across Europe. These parties are defined by their opposition to immigration and concern for protecting national and European culture, sometimes using the language of human rights and freedom. On economic policy, they are often critical of globalisation and the effects of  Read more

January 30, 2012 in Events

Anti-Semitism and Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories: A Joint Conference by Political Capital Institute and Central European University

The 2008 global financial crisis breathed new life into anti-Semitic conspiracy theories – a phenomenon that has deep roots in Western culture, but has been known to subside from time to time. Economic hardship has driven people to seek out a familiar scapegoat: It has given new teeth to classic political anti-Semitism, which builds upon old stereotypes, and has sharpened anti-Semitic speech, both coded and open. The theory that Jews are profiting from the economic crisis has gained widespread acceptance in Europe. Such ideas are even gaining traction in countries that have negligible Jewish populations, such as Italy and Spain. Research suggests that anti-Jewish sentiment has been strengthening in Hungary over the past few years.

December 22, 2010 in English, Events, News, Research

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