Schering Stiftung

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Simone Rafael

Simone Rafael

Bernd Gäbler

Bernd Gäbler

What Drives Us Apart

Hate Speech in the Digital Age

What Drives Us Apart

Hate Speech in the Digital Age

Date:

April 21, 2017, 6–8 p.m.

Venue:

Max Liebermann Haus der Stiftung Brandenburger Tor
Pariser Platz 7
10117 Berlin

The event is free and will be in German.

Please register by April 18, 2017, at info@stiftungbrandenburgertor.de


The internet and the social media have made political and personal diffamation an everyday occurrence. So-called hate speech is malicious, direct and often not even anonymous anymore. The inciters gain adherents, and their hatred is shared. However, hatred is not a media but a societal problem.

Join us in welcoming Simone Rafael (Amadeu Antonio Stiftung, Berlin), Prof. Bernd Gäbler (Fachhochschule des Mittelstands, Bielefeld), and Dr. Cornelius Puschmann (Hans-Bredow-Institut, Hamburg) for a discussion about how we should deal with hate speech and what strategies we should develop against these corrosive attacks by populists and hatemongers on an open and democratic society.

Guests: Simone Rafael (Amadeu Antonio Stiftung, Berlin), Prof. Bernd Gäbler (Fachhochschule des Mittelstands, Bielefeld), and Dr. Cornelius Puschmann (Hans-Bredow-Institut, Hamburg)
Moderator: Tanja Samrotzki

The discussion evening “What Drives Us Apart” is part of the Berliner Stiftungswoche (Berlin Foundations Week, April 18–28, 2017). This year’s Foundations Week focuses on the topic “What Holds Us Together.”

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