En translation unavailable for Une enquête sur l’antisémitisme à l’école.
En translation unavailable for Séminaire Racisme et Antisémitisme.
En translation unavailable for Séminaire Racisme et Antisémitisme.
En translation unavailable for (Annulé) Antitsiganisme, haine des gens du voyage et romophobie.
En translation unavailable for Race et racisme au Japon.

The H2020 PAVE Project (Preventing and Addressing Violent Extremism through Community Resilience in the Balkans and MENA) partners gathered in Paris at the FMSH for the 2nd Assembly Meeting and the Mid-Term Progress Meeting.

The day after, on the 23 February, the PAVE consortium met with its sister projects CONNEKT, coordinated by IEMed (European Institute of the Mediterranean) and PREVEX, coordinated by NUPI (The Norwegian Institute of International Affairs) to exchange about their research on violent extremism.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 03/03/2022

Fatima Ben Slimane

Fatma Ben Slimane is a professor of modern history at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences in Tunis. She obtained a master's degree in history and geography from the École Normale Supérieure in Tunis and an aggregation in history from the Faculty of Sciences of Tunis in 1991. Her thesis defense (in Arabic) focused on “The formation of the territory of the province of Tunis during the Ottoman era”. She collaborated in research and supervision work within the “DIRASET Maghreb Studies” Laboratory.

En translation unavailable for Soi-même comme un roi : essai sur les dérives identitaires.
En translation unavailable for Violence américaine : relations ethno-raciales et politique identitaire contestataire.

André Marenco

André Marenco is Professor at the Department of Political Science of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, member of the Research Group/CNPq Comparative Political Institutions [ufrgs.br/ipoc]. His work focuses on comparative political institutions, political reform, bureaucracies and public policy. Current project: Professional bureaucracies and state capacity in Brazilian municipalities. How are Brazilian municipalities governed?