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Who's afraid of multicultural Europe? II European Debate

Alain Finkielkraut, Monika Płatek and Bassam Tibi discussed problem of identity and diverse cultures in Europe at Warsaw University Library, 27th June 2011.

Full video record in multimedia library.

Who's afraid of multicultural Europe? was second event of a series of the European Debates organized by Professor Bronisław Geremek Centre, French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland and Centre for French Civilisation at the Warsaw University.

Third debate dedicated to issues of European economy will take place in October 2011.

 

Who's afraid of multicultural Europe?

Speakers:

Alain Finkielkraut - philosopher and essayist

Monika Płatek - professor at the Faculty of Law, Warsaw University

Bassam Tibi - politologist, professor emeritus of Göttingen University

Moderator:

Jarosław Kurski - Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Gazeta Wyborcza daily