Updated: Apr 10
Dresden is a hotspot in the political polarization in Europe. It's about violent extremists, Islamophobia and anti-semitism, immigration, nationalism, climate change, EU-resistance, anti-globalization and more. This video show how emotions drives polarization at the 200th Pegida demonstration in Dresden.
Fikaproject went to the demonstration and then talked to three active experts who are working from different directions with the similar challenge. They gave different views on how bridge the growing divide. Its Hilke Wagner, museum director at Albertinum in Dresden (featured in The Guardian), Michael Nattke, expert on right extremists and a former neo-Nazi himself and Anetta Kahane, founder and chairperson of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation.