Arm – an Geld, Zeit und Perspektiven.
Sexy – abenteuerlustig, jung, dynamisch, mit Lust auf Privatleben und Arbeit.

Monday, 19 December 2011

Žižek and the Struggle for European Legacy

After his intervention at Occupy Wall Street, the controversial philosopher Slavoj Žižek gives an exclusive talk at BOZAR.

0:29:40 -> about the “anti-immigrant resentment”

0:36:31 -> “move beyond mere tolerance of the others… offer them a common struggle”

Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Circuito Off – International Short Film Festival

12th edition

1-3 September 2011

This year Circuito Off is at Venice Lido and is collaborating with the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC). A new section of the festival has been created: Building Bridges – Connecting Through Diversity. This section includes short films dedicated to a wide range of topics, such as immigration, developing countries, xenophobia and ethnic minorities’ integration. Movies will be screened at the opening of the festival, 1st September, 6.30 p.m., at the Monastery of San Nicolò. If you happen to be in Venice, don’t miss it!

Saturday, 12 February 2011

Universität Heidelberg

International Conference

Union in Separation, Trading Diasporas in the Eastern Mediterranean

17-19 February 2011

The International Conference dedicates a panel to the analysis of migration issues and ethnic minorities’ rights:

Legal Pluralism and Diasporic Communities in Historical Perspective

Saturday 19 February 2011 h. 10-12

Venue: Hochschule für Jüdische Studien Heidelberg (HfJS)

Landfriedstraße 12
69117 Heidelberg


Prof. Dr. Dirk Heirbaut

Universiteit Gent, Belgium

The Socio-Legal Adaptation of British Immigrants in Turkey: A Theoretical Puzzle

Dr. Prakash Shah

Queen Mary, University of London, UK

“A Patchwork of Accommodations”: the Law and Other Legalities in Eighteenth-century Irland

Dr. Seán P. Donlan

Ollscoil Luimnigh, University of Limerick, Irland

Legal Pluralism as a Tool of the Colonial State: The “Legal Othering” of the Maltese as Natives and as Migrants

Prof. Dr. David Zammit

L-Università ta' Malta, University of Malta, Malta

Web site:

Panel organiser:

Teresa Sartore Senigaglia,