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Every Year Hundreds Of People Gather For
what they say is an effort to equip policymakers and activists to defend the natural family. The meeting’s themes this year include the legal defense of life and family and company policies promoting birth rate in families. It’s called the World Congress of Families and the 2019 meeting took place in Verona. Italy. Critics say the event spreads a message of hate and discrimination.
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policymakers and activists to strategize their efforts to prevent access to abortion, reproductive health care and limit LGBtQ rights. Today it’s as if the champions of secular liberalism are gaining another victory. Whether it’s so-called same-sex marriage or the 50 different gender options on facebook. The Congress has attracted support from politicians across Europe on the far right of the political spectrum, including Hungary‘s, Prime minister Victor orban, sociologist Christina Stukel. This congress for years, the pro-family agenda is taken up by the European Far-right parties because it’s a useful tool to argue against against the European Union against international human rights law against liberal opposition.
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and far-right political parties have enjoyed a broad resurgence. From 2002 to 2017, the far-right average share of national elections across 14 European countries went up about 35 percent. According to one study right now we see a rise of the far right which I think in some countries is here to stay for some time. Professor Ruth Vodak is an expert on the far right Europe’s. Far-right political parties differ in their policies and actions, but many share key commonalities like opposition to immigration.
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nationalistic. They claim to be speaking for these people, the real Austrians or the Wilsons. way they are very exclusionary because everybody else does not belong in Italy. The Far-right League party boosted their seats in parliament from 22 to 128 in the 2018 election. Now it governs Europe’s fourth largest economy in a coalition with the anti–establishment five-star Movement Party Italy is not alone alternative for Germany or AfD.
A Prominent Far-Right Group Has Enjoyed
its best ever electoral results with its anti–immigrant policies and rhetoric. In the 2017 election, the AfD came in third, taking 12. 6 percent of the votes. They had never held a parliamentary seat before. In the 2018 Swedish election, the far-right Sweden Democrats party came in third with 17.
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freeze all migration. Hungary’s recently re-elected Prime Minister Viktor orban has also championed a strong anti–immigration position in 2017 orban delivered a key speech at a gathering of the World Congress of families. Vodak says the timing of this uptick in far-right politics can be pinned on several factors. The first is immigration. There is a lot of fears of migrants and refugees which has been on the one hand constructed exaggerated the threat to the Christian white Europe.
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successful since the refugee movement 2015.. The second factor is certainly the financial crisis 2008 which has really left many people angry certainly the threat of not belonging anymore to the country where you were born. After years of growth. Europe’s far right shows little sign of disappearing from the political scene.
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a similar position. I think things are only going to get better. I think things are only going to get better for the pro-family movement. We’re growing we’re growing we’re growing.
The World Congress of Families is a forum for policymakers and activists to defend the natural family . Critics say the event spreads a message of hate and discrimination . Far-right political parties have enjoyed a broad resurgence in recent years in Europe . From 2002 to 2017, the far-right average share of national elections across 14 European countries went up about 35 percent . Professor Ruth Vodak is an expert on the far right Europe’s. far right which I think in some countries is here to stay for some time. He says it’s a useful tool to argue against against the European Union against international human rights law against liberal opposition. The far right is very strongly nationalistic. They claim to be speaking for these people, the real Austrians or the Wilsons. The way they are very exclusionary because everybody else does not belong in Italy. The Far-Right League party is very exclusionaries. They are very excludedary. They say they are exclusionary. It is very excludingary….. Click here to read more and watch the full video