Intolerance, Discrimination and Terrorism 

Intolerance, Discrimination and TerrorismProgramme





FRIDAY, 12 May 2017



Registration – main hall



Conference opening – room 3.57, 2nd floor



Session I  – room 3.57, 2nd floor



ChairFikri Fahrul Faiz  


Ian Turner  (University of Central Lancashire, UK)

Intolerance, Discrimination and Terrorism:  A Theoretical Re-Engagement with Human Rights


Paweł Zygadło (Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China)

Open Society, Political Correctness and the Clash of Civilisation: Canonisation of the Notion of ‘Multiculturalism’ and the Possibility of Cross-Culture Dialogue


Abraham Valera Laborda (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)

The Clash of Islamic Movements After the Process of Political Change in the Arab World


Stanisław Musiał, Dawid Norbert Piwowarczyk (Gdynia Maritime University, Poland)

Contemporary Islamic Terrorists with the Pedigree of French



Lunch and wine reception



Session II – room 3.57, 2nd floor



Chair:  Ian Turner 


Fikri Fahrul Faiz  (University of Sydney, Australia)

Intolerance and Violence in Indonesia: A Case Study of Jakarta’s Governor Election and the Rise of Religious Group


Morakinyo Adedayo Ayoade (University of Lagos, Lagos State) 

Fundamentalism and Terrorism in East and West Africa: Between Faith and Terror


Urszula Łopuszańska(Medical University of Lublin, Poland)

Discrimination Against Atheists Around the World: Review



Coffee break



Session III  – room 3.57, 2nd floor



Chair: Marta Maciejewska 


Tammis Thomas (University of Houston-Downtown, USA)

Rumpelstiltskin to Trumpelstiltskin: Paradigms of Intolerance and Discrimination from the Brothers Grimm

Martin Markoš (University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic)

Adoption of Gypsy Children and its Influence on Family Relationships in Tereza Boučková’s Literary Work



Coffee break




Session IV – room 3.57, 2nd floor



ChairTammis Thomas


Wanda Dittrich (University of Security, Gdańsk, Poland) and Mariusz Wirski (University of Gdańsk, Poland)

Terrorism and Prejudices: A Short Synthesis of the Subject in Cinema


Marta Maciejewska (University of Gdańsk, Poland)

Is Hollywood Racist? Representation of African-Americans in Chosen American Films from 21st Century


Juliia Gorelik (Lomonosov Moscow State University and Paris XII, France)

Social Media and Terrorism



Iwo Łoś (University of Warsaw, Poland) 

Towards the Critical Sociological Analysis of the

“Anti-Terrorist” Discourse


Conference closing


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