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“Words That Matter” – Cyprian journalists address local issues through glossary

This article was originally published on the EFJ‘s website. On 10th of July in Nicosia, the Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media (RFOM) in cooperation with the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN), and three journalist associations, including EFJ affiliates Basin-Sen and Union of Cyprus Journalists,  has published “Words That Matter“, a trilingual glossary […]

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Responding to ‘hate speech’ with positive measures: A case study from six EU countries

This article was originally published on the Article19‘s website. The brief offers an overview of positive measures which States should take to respond to ‘hate speech,’ and provides examples of such measures from six European Union (EU) countries. Under international human rights standards, States are obliged to adopt a series of complex measures to ensure an enabling environment […]

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Germany: Responding to ‘hate speech’

This article was originally published on the Article19‘s website.   This report examines legislation, policies, and practices related to ‘hate speech’ in Germany, with a particular focus on the media. It examines compliance with international freedom of expression standards and offers recommendations for improvement. It also describes recent changes to legislation related to ‘hate speech’, in particular […]

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United Kingdom: Responding to ‘hate speech’

This article was originally published on the Article19‘s website.   The report investigates the legal and regulatory framework in which ‘hate speech’ has been dealt with, especially in the media sector, in the United Kingdom (UK), with a focus on England and Wales. The problem of ‘hate speech’ is not new in the UK; however, recent events […]

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