Topic: Right-wing populism

Book launch of "Eure Heimat ist unser Albtraum" (photo: Ceyda Nurtsch)

Germanyʹs integration debate

"Your homeland is our nightmare"

Jaafar Abdul Karim, editor-in-chief and presenter of the Deutsche Welle's Arabic-language youth programme "ShababTalk" (source: DW)

Germany post-Christchurch

Showing a stunning lack of solidarity

Remembering the victims of the Christchurch attacks in New Zealand (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

After the massacre in New Zealand

Breaking the cycle of violence

Artist Nil Yalter in "Walls"; acrylic on offset print, Vietorstrasse, Cologne-Kalk. Exhibition "Exile Is a Hard Job". Museum Ludwig 9 March - 2 June 2019 (photo: Nil Yalter/H. Krause)

Interview with Turkish-French artist Nil Yalter

"Female immigrants are doubly imprisoned"

Abdul Aziz Wahabzada (AFP/Getty Images/A. Wallace)

New Zealand terror attacks

The hero of Christchurch

Christchurch mourns the victims of the terrorist attack. "There was blood everywhere". Photo: Reuters/SNPA/M.Hunter

Terror attacks on mosques in New Zealand

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A rupture in our civilisation

Trailer of Florian Kunertʹs "Fortschritt im Tal der Ahnungslosen" (source: YouTube)

Berlinale 2019: "Fortschritt im Tal der Ahnungslosen"

Questing for a lost homeland

Finnish Islamophobia researcher Linda Hyokki (photo: Marian Brehmer)

Interview with Islamophobia researcher Linda Hyokki

"Europe has a problem with religion"

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi gestures a traditional greeting prior to his speech as part of India's 72nd Independence Day celebrations, which marks the 71st anniversary of the end of British colonial rule, at the Red Fort in New Delhi on 15 August 2018 (photo: Getty Images/AFP/P. Singh)

India and Pakistan

Modiʹs foreign policy – by whim, not design

Supporters of the right-wing Identitarian movement demonstrate in Berlin, June 2016 (photo: imago)

NGO with an Identitarian agenda

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Preying on Syrian war widows

Man wearing a kippa with a German flag (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Germany’s right-wing populists found Jewish group

Jews – the AfDʹs means to an end

Art demonstrates against right-wing agitation and violence: Brandenburg artist Rainer Opolkaʹs sculpture of a bronze wolf giving the Hitler salute, positioned in front of the Karl Marx Monument in Chemnitz (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

Islamophobia and xenophobia

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The West’s racism problem

Image symbolising immigration and diversity (photo: Imago/Westend61)

The issue of immigration

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German monoculture is a thing of the past

Fereshta Ludin, teacher at a Berlin private school, speaks at a press conference on "Twenty years of headscarf controversy: do bans prevent integration". As a public school teacher, Ludin was prevented from becoming a member of the civil service in Baden-Wurttemberg in 1998 owing to her wearing a headscarf (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/M. Murat)

More humanity post-Chemnitz

#WirSindMehr: "Hostility is the failure of identity"

Riem Spielhaus is professor of Islamic Studies at the Georg-August University in Gottingen and head of the Department of Textbooks and Society at the Georg Eckert Institute, Leibniz Institute for International Textbook Research in Braunschweig (photo: Georg Eckert Institute)

Interview with Islam scholar Riem Spielhaus

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#MeTwo: "Itʹs a topic for German textbooks"

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