Lithuania has recently been in the spotlight for xenophobia. Recent research even named it the least tolerant nation in the European Union. Henrikas Mickevicius, director of the Human Rights Monitoring Institute, works against racism and intolerance in the country and sat down with The Baltic Times to explain the challenges the nation faces.Recent research has shown that Lithuanians claim to be tolerant but are in fact largely intolerant of others. Why can't Lithuanians work and communicate with different people?When somebody is asked if they support western values for human rights, p...
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