Tag archive for Diskriminierung

The handshake-debate in Switzerland: far from a frivolous issue”  | Tages Woche

The handshake-debate in Switzerland: far from a frivolous issue” | Tages Woche

In this interview with Swiss Tages Woche, Ahmad Mansour talks about the enforcement of handshakes in Swiss schools as a reaction to the handshake-debate in Therwil. For the boys it wasn’t about rebellion or an act of defiance, Mansour says, behaviour of this sort requires exposure to ideology. That’s why it’s important to have a debate and make it clear that disregard for the founding principles of democracy and gender equality is not acceptable, regardless of religious affiliation.

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The image of women held by men from immigrant families | WDR

The image of women held by men from immigrant families | WDR

In this report on German TV show frauTV on WDR Ahmad Mansour talks about the questionable image of women that prevails in certain understandings of Islam and how it is deeply rooted in patriarchal structures.

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Political debate at our school: young Muslims – outsiders in Germany? | Otto-Hahn School, Berlin

Political debate at our school: young Muslims – outsiders in Germany? | Otto-Hahn School, Berlin

The Otto-Hahn secondary school in Berlin reports on a panel discussion on the topic of “Young Muslims — outsiders in Germany?” The audience was made up of pupils from Year 11 and Year 12, and the speakers included Ahmad Mansour, Mehdi Chahrour (MAHDI Organisation), Ms. Siemes (Naumann Foundation) and two pupils from the school.

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How can we prevent hate and prejudice? | Bambini Family Club, Berlin

How can we prevent hate and prejudice? | Bambini Family Club, Berlin

Ahmad Mansour holds a presentation and discussion on ways to prevent hate and prejudice at the Bambini Family Club, Berlin. This discussion is moderated by Sergey Lagodinski.

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