• November 14 at 7:00 pm
  • Alliance francaise Toronto - Galerie Pierre Léon
Lecture -

The end of the twentieth century saw the emergence of extreme or radical parties, breaking with the Nazi or fascist traditions, and whose objective is the conquest of power through the electoral process and democratic. These movements make it possible to think about the mutations of the extreme right and its adaptation to present times.

Jean-Yves Camus, is a political scientist, associate researcher at IRIS, and Director of the Observatory of Political Radicals at the Jean Jaurès Foundation. Traveling to North America for the English translation of his book Les Droites extrême en Europe (Seuil 2015), co-written with Nicolas Lebourg, Jean-Yves Camus will be questioning this evening at the Alliance française de Toronto , on the transatlantic links that have been forged between the French and Canadian extreme right.

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Venue

Alliance francaise Toronto - Galerie Pierre Léon
24 Spadina road
M5R 2S7 Toronto, ON
Canada
http://alliance-francaise.ca