Vienna (18 Jan 2018) – In front of a the well-attended auditorium at the Oberbank Vienna the Denk.Raum.Fresach on Thursday evening presented the program of the European Tolerance Talks 2018, which are dedicated to the “Yearning for Europe” and the “Search for lost Paradise”. Architectural theorist and contemporary historian Michael Zinganel, currently honorary professor at the University of Klagenfurt, opened the evening with his theses on “Migration and mobility in the Alps-Adriatic region”. He then discussed with Hannes Swoboda (President of the Board of Trustees), Helmuth A. Niederle (PEN-Club), Harald Hafner (Travel Industry Club) and psychotherapist Margaretha Prinz-Büchl on the consequences of different paradise ideas for politics, business and society. It showed that “respect” for others, whether they are tourists, locals, migrants or refugees, is the key to understanding. The European Tolerance Talks will take place from 16 to 19 May in Villach and Fresach. (ws) Look here for more photos and the Program 2018.