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Tolerance International: From Siena, London and Plovdiv to Fresach

The organizing team of Denk.Raum.Fresach and its cooperation partners presented the program of the European Tolerance Talks 2019 on Tuesday 22nd January in Klagenfurt. On the podium were Villach City Councilor Harald Sobe, Fresach-President Hannes Swoboda, psychotherapist Margarethe Prinz-Büchl, Superintendent Manfred Sauer and PEN Vice-President Harald Kollegger. Among other things, the preview stated that the
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Tolerance Talks 2019: Europe’s Roots put to the Test

As part of a panel discussion of Club Carinthia DRF chairman Manfred Sauer and president Hannes Swoboda presented the program of the 5th European Tolerance Talks 2019 on Tuesday evening, which will take place from 5 to 8 June this year. Mr. Sauer spoke of a “big event” before Pentecost and thanked all partners and
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Paradise in Motion: Love-Tour ’18 in Villach

More than 250 young people gathered in Villach to start the European Tolerance Talks 2018 in order to discuss forward-looking ideas and fundamental questions for a better life. As part of the “Love Tour against Mobbing and Violence in Schools”, a focus of the Carinthian federal Education Bord, the students were given tips and tricks
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Tourism Forum discussed Limits of Growth

“Why we have to rethink the future” was the topic of a keynote speech by the Hamburg trend researcher Birgit Gebhardt at the opening of the International Tourism Forum in Villach, which took place for the first time as part of the European Tolerance Talks at the Hotel Holiday Inn. Well-known experts from business and
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Poetry Slam finished Tolerance Talks 2018

The already traditional Young Poetry Slam concluded the European Tolerance Talks 2018 on Friday evening, and for the first time multiple participant Lukas Hofbauer (21) from Klagenfurt (living in Graz) won the poetic competition after a brilliant public voting. Last year’s winner, Estha Sackl (25) from Steindorf, placed second ahead of the youngest participant Birgit
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Das „Europäische Toleranzzentrum Fresach“ wird im Rahmen des Österreichischen Programms für ländliche Entwicklung – Vorhabensart 19.2.1 gefördert. Der Förderbetrag in Höhe von EUR 192.120 für die Periode 2016-2018 setzt sich aus Mitteln von Bund, Land und der Europäischen Union zusammen.

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