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Planning a future together: Could Eisenhüttenstadt use some deliberative democracy?
Political communities occasionally come to crossroads where fundamental, far-reaching decisions must be made. At such times, it can enhance the
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Social Science Works is participating in the Erasmus+ KA2 project ”Building Inclusive Societies”
Social Science Works is participating in the Erasmus+ KA2 project ”Building Inclusive Societies” (2020-3-PT02-KA205-007427). Project holder is Agora Aveiro, based
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The Rwandan Genocide: A Rwandan Perspective
My research project back in Fall 2019 on a nation-wide reconciliation process through a theater performance has brought me to
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Wild and Infectious: The Stigmatization of Refugee Children in Greece
“They never lived like children do—I don’t know how to put it into words—but like wild humans” (Zsófia 2018: 392).
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Sex trafficking of Nigerian women: how the Italian asylum system deals with victims
In August 2018, I spent one month volunteering at Centro Donna Giustizia (CDG) an organisation that works to end gender
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Giving a face to refugees: A story from Thessaloniki
According to European Commission statistics, more than two million people risked their lives since 2015 o reach Europe in search
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Loneliness, unhappiness, consumerism and its political consequences: observations and predictions of Robert E. Lane
Twenty years ago, the American political psychologist Robert E. Lane (1917 – 2017) published The Loss of Happiness in Market
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Vaccination Tourism – The Dangers of A New Niche
By Asaf Leshem and Matt Robinson After more than a year of almost complete worldwide shutdown, the tourism sector is
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Workshops with recently arrived refugees in Wünsdorf (Brandenburg) continued.
With the support of the Partnerschaft für Demokratie in Teltow-Fläming and the German Red Cross we will again implement a
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Does the support of democratic values lead to higher degrees of individual social tolerance? A case study from Germany
In an increasingly interconnected world in which national borders are losing significance, promoting social tolerance is critical. Unfortunately, maintaining harmony
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