Refugee Talks: Manufacture of Hatred in Central Europe and Beyond

Join us on Wednesday for the first of Refugees Deeply’s live talks, when we’ll take you behind the scenes of our “Manufacture of Hatred” investigation and talk to experts from the United Nations and others to get the bigger picture on xenophobia and propaganda.

Written by Charlotte Alfred Published on Read time Approx. 1 minutes
Hungarian Amnesty International activists protest with taped mouth during a demonstration against the government’s new media law in Budapest in 2011. The message, in Hungarian, reads “We want press freedom!” AP/Bela Szandelszky

Editor’s note: If you missed our live broadcast, you can watch the full conversation here

On Wednesday, December 21, Refugees Deeply will host our first live talk, in which we go behind the scenes of our investigation “The Manufacture of Hatred: Scapegoating Refugees in Central Europe” and discuss the connection between propaganda, xenophobia and migration in Central Europe and beyond.

Adrian Edwards, head of news and media at UNHCR, Marta Pardavi, cochair of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, and Aron Demeter, spokesperson of Amnesty International, Hungary will join the author of the story, Refugees Deeply’s senior editor Daniel Howden, to discuss the story and its broader implications.

Tune in to News Deeply’s YouTube Channel on December 21 at 10:30 EST/15:30 CET to watch the conversation live. Sign up on Eventbrite and send us all your questions about the story and the bigger picture by email, Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #ManufacturingHatred – or submit them live during the broadcast.

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