Internationales Kooperationsprojekt im Rahmen des DeZIM-Rassismusmonitors mit der Universität Kopenhagen (Prof. Nicole Doerr, Dr. Noa Milman), der Scuola Normale Superiore (Prof. Donatella della Porta) und der Polnischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Dr. Piotr Kocyba)
Laufzeit: 01.09.2020 – 31.12.2020
Projektmitarbeit: Folashade Ajayi
The project compares the wave of protests and reactions by civil society organizations that followed the death of George Floyd in four European countries: Germany, Denmark, Italy and Poland. The project studies the scope and forms of anti-racist protest, their transnational interdependencies and national discursive/agenda setting impacts between May and July 2020 guided by the following three research questions:
1. What responses and reactions by civil society organizations took place in four countries in Europe? How can cross-national differences be explained? (mapping and contextualizing anti-racist protest)
2. How have antiracist activists in Europe adapted frames, claims and strategies of the US protests to their national contexts? How did protests in different countries influence each other? (transnational diffusion and localization of anti-racist protest)
3. Which narration of antiracist protests can we observe in national public discourses (discursive impact)?
mixed method design (Protestereignisanalyse, qualitative Interviews, Inhalts- und Medienanalyse)
Workshop on June 11, 2021
Black Lives Matter and Antiracist Mobilizations in Europe – one Year after the Death of George Floyd
Co-Hosts: CoMMonS Research Centre, Sociology, University of Copenhagen; COSMOS Research Centre, Florence; DeZIM-Institute Berlin; Institute of Philosophy and Sociology,Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw.
Invited Speakers: Dr. Jean Beaman, Associate Professor, Department of Political Sciences, University of Santa BarbaraDr.Cihan Sinanoglu, Headof the German National Monitoring on Discrimination-and Racism (NaDiRa)