At the age of 19, Manuel Bauer founded a radical far-right gang of thugs that tyrannized foreigners and homosexuals. Now he's changed his views. He's published a book about his conversion and is trying to make amends for the hurt he once caused.
Ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, former Germany and Schalke striker Gerald Asamoah has called on football players, fans and functionaries to show "moral courage" in combatting racism in the game.
The eastern German town of Ostritz has become the scene of a confrontation between neo-Nazis and their opponents. But security is high, and few incidents have so far been reported.
Germany's government spent over €100 million in 2017 for initiatives promoting diversity. But as the country marks the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, intolerance remains a serious issue.
As a target of hate for Swedish neo-Nazis, Alexandra Pascalidou knows what it feels like to get death threats. She sat down with one of her former tormentors for a coffee and heard the other side. Here is her account.
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