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20th International Conference of Migration «The Multicultural Condition»

Multiculturalism, often disparaged politically and opposed as ’multi-culti,’ is a generic term for theories, concepts and also political strategies that relate to a historically familiar and once again topical field of conflict. It entails the question of whether and how people can shape their living together in society with differing systems of value and styles of living, grounded on differing ethnic and linguistic backgrounds as well as cultural and/or religious affiliations and modes of belonging. The conference endeavors to reexamine and discuss anew the bases and critiques of multiculturalism. One aim in such discussion is to sound out and analyze the relation of multiculturalism to competing concepts, in particular transnationality, integration and diversity. Likewise to be explored is the significance of associated political differentiations, such as the distinction of a specifically libertarian or communitarian understanding of multiculturalism.

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Conference fee 2 days CHF 250.-
Conference fee 1 day CHF 150.-
Conference fee students CHF 80.-
Conference dinner: CHF 60.-

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Hochschule für Soziale Arbeit FHNW, Olten

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW Hochschule für Soziale Arbeit Riggenbachstrasse 16 4600 Olten
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