The deepening of the economic and financial crisis, the fear of influx of immigrants, the unclear future before the European continent all contribute to the big return of right wing extremist political movements in European politics. From the United Kingdom to Hungary and Bulgaria and from Sweden to France and Italy a multitude of anti immigrant, anti Islam, anti Roma, ultranationalist and neo-Nazi movements gain supporters, participate in government and reverse long established liberal politics. Their rhetoric influence even moderate politics' discourse, such as for instance German chancellor Angela Merkel's recent announcement of the âdeath of multiculturalismâ. What are the causes for the success of far-right parties throughout Europe? What their legitimating would mean for European politics? Is their raise the end of the liberal political era in Europe, as we know it from the last decades? What mobilizations are taking place across Europe to fight tendencies of intolerance â at local level and as European movements beyond the national state? With the participation of analysts and activists from different European countries. The first Transeuropa debate promotes the festival for contemporary politics and culture Transeuropa which is going to take place in May 2011 simultaneously in Sofia, London, Paris, Florence and Cluj. In English and Bulgarian.