Cancelled – Right Wing Extremism In Europe: The Case of Germany – 27 March 2020
In light of recent developments related to COVID-19, including the recently announced US travel ban for many European countries affected by corona, including The Netherlands, the lecture on ‘Right-Wing Extremism in Europe’, originally scheduled for Friday 27 March, is hereby cancelled. We are exploring alternative dates and will keep you updated if a new date has been found but given the rapidly-changing developments it is likely that the lecture will not take place in the coming one to two months.
Best wishes, ICCT and Leiden University’s Centre for Professional Learning (CPL)
On Friday 27 March 2020, the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT) and Leiden University’s Centre for Professional Learning are jointly hosting a guest lecture by Professor Arie Kruglanski and Professor David Webber on the rise of right wing extremism in Germany.
Location: Huis van Europa (House of Europe, Korte Vijverberg 5, Den Haag)
Friday 27 March 14:00 – 16:00
About Arie Kruglanski and Professor David Webber
Arie Kruglanski and David Webber have conducted extensive empirical research on violent extremism, and they will share their insights on the question of why individuals feel attracted to, join, stay in or leave violent (extremist)movements and how this may be counteracted. Specifically, they will present the findings of their latest book: Radicals’ Journey: German Neo Nazis Voyage to the Edge and Back. The authors delve deeply into the motivations of German Neo-Nazis that prompt their initial membership in these groups, the elements that make membership appealing, and the factors that ultimately cause members to leave.
If you would like to attend the event, please RSVP by filling out this registration form.
Please bring your ID to the event for registration purposes.
14:00: Doors open
14:30 – 16:00: Lecture + Q&A