MagazineTolerance and the world

Climate change, pandemic, high inflation and the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine are forcing global travel to undergo a course correction, the effects of which are not yet foreseeable. In order for travelers to continue to be able to live out their longings in the future, however, radical rethinking is required. “Continuing as before
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Change through a new understanding of Islam

In Fresach, the German-Afghan Islam researcher Ahmad Milad Karimi encouraged a new understanding of the major world religions and called for a new start in interreligious dialogue between Christians, Jews and Muslims. In doing so, he held his own fellow believers responsible in particular. “Muslims must rise up in revolt and stop pretending that everything
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Emotional systems drive Change

The well-known Munich neuromarketing expert Hans-Georg Häusel explained in his introductory statement “How does the new come into the world” that it is primarily the emotional systems that drive us. It is the ongoing tension in the brain that people try to balance and thereby intuitively cause change. Two central tasks drive humans evolutionarily. survival
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War forces Change in Democracy

“The change in our society is currently not coming from democratic-political movements, but from autocrats, war and the pandemic. This presents our democracy with major challenges that we can only master if we overcome the polarization of the population and learn to make compromises again.” Political scientist Sieglinde Rosenberger came to this conclusion during the
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European Tolerance Award for Sieglinde Rosenberger

The Viennese political scientist and integration researcher Sieglinde Rosenberger was awarded the European Tolerance Prize for Democracy and Human Rights by the City of Villach in Fresach on Thursday evening. According to the jury, Rosenberger had sensitized generations of students to political participation, diversity and inclusion. Sieglinde Rosenberger researches and teaches at the University of
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Robert Menasse pleads for a defensive Peace Policy

The European Tolerance Talks 2022 were opened on Thursday in the Carinthian mountain village of Fresach with a historically based plea for a “post-national European democracy”. The European Union has always developed out of and through crises, and is currently confronted with “multiple crises”. In order to overcome these crises, Europe must bid farewell to
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