Ana Frank, PhD
Ana Frank received her doctorate in 2013 at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana. In 2007, she joined the Peace Institute as a young researcher and participated in several Slovenian and European projects. Between 2004 and 2007, she studied as a graduate student in Turkey at the University of Ankara and the University of Istanbul, where she studied Turkish language and attended lectures in gender studies, cultural studies and anthropology. She spent a lot of time with various activists both privately and through various societies and institutions. Their stories and struggles were also the basis for the scientific monograph FEMINISM AND ISLAM: Turkish Women between the Orient and the West, which was published in 2014. In 2012 and 2013, she received a grant from the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBITAK) and as a visiting student at Sabancı University in Istanbul conducted research for her doctoral dissertation entitled: The Influence of the Europeanization Context on Religious Discourses in Gender Equality and Intimate Citizenship Policies in Turkey. She also studied at the University of Łódź in Poland and at Florida International University in the USA. She has published several professional and scientific articles in domestic and foreign scientific journals.
Analysis of online hate speech and disinformation in Slovenia and development of a proposal for action
Identifying and understanding the phenomena of disinformation and hate speech and other forms of socially unacceptable discourse; and developing appropriate indicators, an index or a model for continuous monitoring.
- Analysis of online hate speech and disinformation in Slovenia and development of a proposal for action
- City for Everybody – Building Responsible Action for Inclusive Local Communities
- Counter-hate: Improving the assistance of victims of hate crimes through a victim-centred and intersectional approach
- Hate speech in contemporary conceptualizations of nationalism, racism, gender and migration
- Hate Speech and Populist Othering in Europe Through the Racism, Age, Gender Looking Glass – RAGE
- LIGHT ON – Cross-community actions for combating the modern symbolism and languages of racism and discrimination
- EWSI – European Web Site on Integration
- QUING: Quality in Gender+ Equality Policies
In this issue of ČKZ, we reveal the masks of racism and draw attention to its vitality and omnipresence.