Migrants' everyday experiences of violence and racialised xenophobia
produce a specific experience of urban space in which some areas of the city are perceived as radically more dangerous than others.
In turn, this demonstrates how the engagement with the performance event can introduce additional insights into public discourses on xenophobia
Prominent participants included Prince Hassan of Jordan, who stressed the importance of universal awareness of diversity and the importance of shared values as a means to combat xenophobia
This is the kind of zany disorder that can result from xenophobic zealotry, and of how the first move to a more tolerant Australia must come from controlling the aversion to Muslims that is at present the principal xenophobia
in this country.
We urge States to boost cultural development, promoting peaceful coexistence free of racism, xenophobia
and intolerance, through their regular programmes in education and social communication in general.
The Jesuits now recognize that "a spirit of callous disregard for life shows itself in direct assaults on human life such as abortion and capital punishment, as well as senseless violence, escalating militarism, racism, xenophobia
, and the skewed accumulation of wealth and life-sustaining resources.
Historically there have been waves of intense and racist driven xenophobia
in California when there have been economic downturns.
There is some xenophobia
here, however: the Brits are the good guys, the American incompetent, the Chinese and Russians evil.
UK laws protecting freedom of speech will be unaffected by new European rules on racism and xenophobia
1) Many other countries can be added to this list in which racism, ethnocentrism and xenophobia
are the underlying causes of these conflicts.
The paper argues that this legacy has resulted in policy and implementation that is highly racialized, coupled with a society expressing growing levels of xenophobia
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