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Poland: Responding to ‘hate speech’

This article was originally published on the Article19‘s website. This report examines both legislation and practices related to ‘hate speech’ in Poland, with a particular focus on the media. It examines the compliance of the respective legislation with international freedom of expression standards and offers recommendations for its improvement. Since 2015, instances of ‘hate speech’ against […]

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Italy: Responding to ‘hate speech’

This article was originally published on the Article19‘s website. This report examines both legislation and practices related to ‘hate speech’ in Italy, with a particular focus on the media. It examines the compliance of the respective legislation with international freedom of expression standards and offers recommendations for its improvement. ‘Hate speech’ is an issue of growing […]

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Online Module: How to counter hate speech and manage an online community

The rise of hate speech in recent years has become a dangerous trend in our society. It poses challenges both to the media professionals and our democratic values in society. Media have a vital role to play in challenging hostility and prejudice, encouraging social solidarity and helping to promote understanding and empathy with others. Media […]

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Online Module: Media Against ‘Hate Speech’

This Training Module aims to help media regulators and law enforcement authorities to carry out their mission while respective the international freedom of expression standards. It is encouraged that this Training Module is used as a learning and discussion tool in their work. Through case scenarios, the Module shows how international human rights standards on […]

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Online Module: Inclusion through media

The good practices and feedback collected during the media literacy workshops of the Media Against Hate Campaign all pointed to inclusion as one of the best strategies to prevent hate speech and discrimination. This training module is based on the three international media literacy workshops that took place in 2017 (in Austria, Poland and Germany), organised […]

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Online Module: ethical journalism practices on migrants and refugees

The migration and refugee crisis in Europe not only presents a humanitarian crisis that demands political and social attentions; it also demands the media to act responsibly by reporting in a fair, accurate and accountable manner. However, this is not always easy. Sometimes, it can be a real challenge for journalists because it requires them […]

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Hungary: Responding to ‘hate speech’

This article was originally published on the Article19‘s website. This report examines legislation and practices related to ‘hate speech’ in Hungary, with a particular focus on the media. It examines the compliance of the national legislation with international freedom of expression standards and offers recommendations for their improvement. During the last few years, ‘hate speech’ against […]

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Self-regulation and ‘hate speech’ on social media platforms

On the occasion of the European conference on Media Against Hate, ARTICLE 19 proposes how models of independent media self-regulation could be adapted to address ‘hate speech’ on social media. In this briefing paper, ARTICLE 19 explores issues that would need to be considered, and reinforces recommendations on freedom of expression-compliant approaches to regulating social media. Dominant […]

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