Lifelong Learning in the battle against extremisms
Radical islamists and far-right nationalists are extreme poles of the same phenomenon: both feel marginalised, argues diversity educator Robin Sclafani.
Ms. Robin Sclafani is the Director of CEJI-A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, the leading European Jewish organisation in the field of diversity education, intercultural dialogue and anti-discrimination advocacy. With over 25 years experience in developing and delivering anti-prejudice diversity awareness training programmes, both in the USA and Europe, Ms. Sclafani is the architect of the suite of training programmes linked to the award-winning project Belieforama: A Panoramic Approach to Issues of Religion and Belief, and she has been coordinating one of civil society’s most promising initiatives in hate crime monitoring training, called Facing Facts!. With an MA in Conflict Resolution, she was a 1998 Fulbright Scholar to the European Commission. Contact: email@example.com
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