Blanquerna fosters the VII Seminar on Xenophobia: Democracy and Islamophobia

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According to the statistics, after New York terrorist attacks in 2001, the extreme right wing group assumed an Islamophobic discourse with tactical and strategic reasons. As a result, the Blanquerna Observatory, the IEMED, the Rafael Campalans Foundation and the Olof Palme International Foundation holded the VII Seminar on Xenophobia: Democracy and Islamophobia. The participants were Anna Balletbò, the President of the Olof Palme International Foundation, Esther Niubò, the Managing Director of the European Institute of the Mediterranean, Josep Maria Carbonell, the Dean of the Faculty of Communication Blanquerna-URL, Xavier Casals, Professor of History at the Ramon Llull University, Mohammed El Amrani, Social Innovator, Jordi Viñas, the Mayor of Salt and Míriam Díez, the Director of the Observatory of Communication, Religion and Culture. The event took place at the Faculty of Communication and International Relations Blanquerna.