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What holds our society together?

An evening of dialogue with the two sociologists Heinz Bude and Armin Nassehi
Wednesday, 08.05.2024
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"What holds our society together?" is the title of a discussion evening on Wednesday, 8 May at 7 pm at the Catholic Academy. The two sociology professors Heinz Bude (Kassel/Berlin) and Armin Nassehi (Munich) will discuss the "multi-crisis", the rise of far-right parties and the dwindling of milieus. The free event is part of the theme days organised for the first time by the Catholic Adult Education Centre (KEB), which this year have the motto "Upheavals".

Cooperation with:

Catholic Adult Education Bavaria (KEB)

Special note:

Online participation in the event is possible via livestream on the YouTube channel of the Catholic Academy in Bavaria:


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Datum und Uhrzeit Wednesday, 08.05.2024, 19.00 - 21.00 Uhr

Tagungsbeitrag

  • Participation 0,00 €
  • Participation online 0,00 €

Maximal 280 Teilnehmer.

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