Articles

European Union doesn’t reject the multicultural support | March 17, 2011

Ukrainians are called to tolerate other nationalities. Such statements were heard at the international conference “Tolerance and response to political extremism: international and Ukrainian experience.”

Xenophobia is back in Russian universities | March 14, 2011

After the bloody events at the Manezhnaya Square in Moscow, when the radicals beat up everyone who had “non-Slavic” appearance, the Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin began to talk about the problems of xenophobia in Russia.

Migration non-stop | March 2, 2011

Among all the countries in Northern Africa where mass protests against existing regimes took place Libya happened to be the hottest revolutionary spot.

Cyberhate: over-individual freedom or ordinary extremism?.. | February 24, 2011

Today the global Internet network creates a parallel world in which around a quarter of the world population lives.

NG: Xenophobia attitudes grow in Ukraine | February 23, 2011

Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Social Policy Sergey Tigipko has recently stated about the need to increase administrative responsibility for the enterprises which hire illegal aliens.

The Potential of Extremism in Ukraine: the less one knows the more soundly he sleeps?! | February 22, 2011

There are a lot of definitions of the notion “extremism”, but the most distinct one is: extremism is an inclination to solve difficult problems by means of radically simple extremes.

Alexander Feldman, “If “Manezh Square” takes place in Ukraine, we’ll become a European scarecrow” | February 18, 2011

Politician and philanthropist, head of Ukrainian-Israeli interparliamentary relations group, founder of the “Institute of human rights and prevention of extremism and xenophobia” has told about consequences that the Middle Eastern crisis will turn into for Ukraine and if the terrorism threat waylays Ukraine

The deliriousness and emptiness of the ideology of media-patriotism | January 24, 2011

After a successful election campaign of the All-Ukrainian Union “Svoboda” in the last local elections, a lot of people started talking about the revival of the right-winged ideas in the Ukrainian policy. Oleg Tiahnybok was shown more often on TV, than the last year’s hero Oleg Lyashko.

Yanukovych’s Ukraine one year on | January 11, 2011

While Ukraine still faces many challenges, 2010 was without doubt a year of progress with new President, Viktor Yanukovych, carrying out key reforms much to the surprise of his critics

Cyberhate: ban and moderate! | December 27, 2010

The phenomenon of “cyberhate” increasingly frequently draws attention of western sociologists and media-experts.