Holocaust denial and openly right-wing agitation continue to be spread by extreme right-wing groups today, but supporters of the “New Right” sometimes also come in a new guise that is not at all easily recognized for what it is – misanthropic ideology. This does not stop at our factory gates either. Shared messages from a telegram group or a buddy’s below-the-belt remark about a colleague’s origins: It’s sometimes not easy to judge whether this is right-wing agitation. After all, what is right-wing anyway? What constitutes a right-wing ideology? And which groups are there, who is behind them and how can I recognize them?
In our seminar, we want to address these questions about right-wing extremism together with employees from the chemical and pharmaceutical industry in Schleswig-Holstein so that they can react confidently, informedly and competently to difficult situations in their everyday work.
What does right-wing actually mean?
- Perceiving right-wing ideologies, agitation and racism (in language)
- Right-wing extremism, new right, neo-Nazis…? – Clarification of important terms
- World view, strategy and manifestation of the New Right (symbols, languages, strategies)
Attitude against agitation at work and everywhere
- What can I do to counter right-wing ideologies?
- Argumentation training: Countering right-wing slogans
- Knowledge is power: Knowing right-wing currents, ideologies and patterns
- Developing one's own point of view and reflecting on one's stance against the right-wing
- Confronted with right-wing agitation and racist slogans with confidence
- Establish the ability to act in everyday work
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