Participation in the sCAN Advanced Monitoring Training in Vienna

Wor(l)ds Lab member Manuel Alcántara-Plá has participated in the sCAN Advanced Monitoring Training (Vienna, October 10th-11th), which has been held by ZARA experts Anna-Laura Schreilechner and Karin Bischof. It has been focused on relevant topics for fighting cyberhate such as “monitoring hate speech and counteraction, documenting the phenomenon, and tackling underreporting”. The EU sCAN Project […]

Miguel Sáenz on Translation

We welcome Miguel Sáenz, one of the most prestigious Spanish translators, for a talk on his experiences translating literary works from German into Spanish. Sáenz is a member of the Real Academia Española, of the Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung, and he has received many prizes, including the Spanish National Prize for Translators. Miguel […]

Participation in the “Preventing Radicalization” G20 Meeting of Experts in Berlin

The Wor(l)ds Lab participated in the Preventing Radicalization: Towards Resilient Societies meeting in Berlin on November 13-15. The German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) has hosted this international conference, which was held in the context of the German G20 Presidency in 2017. The meeting has brought together academics and […]

Participation in the Goethe Institute Series on The Reformation in the contemporary world

Ana Ruiz (Wor(l)ds Lab) has taken part in the events organized by Goethe Institute for the 500 anniversary of the Reformation: “Gegenwarten Reformieren” (The Contemporary Reformation). This anniversary has involved different trendsetters and thought leaders, who have shared their personal experiences and ideas of change and innovation. The key question was: “What are the potentials […]

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