Saturday, 10:00 – 13:00
Debates around the headscarf, protests against building mosques, public discussions about muslim refugees, the constant entanglement of Islam and terrorism – antimuslim racism is socially acceptable. Muslims, or people who are considered to be muslim have to bear the consequences of these developments. What is specific about antimuslim racism? Why is it so popular? How can we show our solidarity even if we have a different opinion on religiosity? How do we face up to antimuslim racism in our direct social environment? How do we support people who are affected?
Nabeela Khan works as a lecturer at the Anne Frank Educational Centre in Frankfurt. Her areas of focus are: everyday racism, discrimination, antimuslim racism, radicalization in the context of Islamism and the education of trainers.
As the number of participants is limited, please register for the workshop by writing an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org