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15 May, 2015

Evaluation and Follow-up Conference Programme

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Context of the Conference The No Hate Speech Movement – youth campaign for human rights online – is a project run by the Council of Europe between 2012 and 2015. It aims to combat racism and discrimination in the online expression of hate speech by equipping young people and youth organisations with the competences necessary… View

11 May, 2015

“Tolerance Trumps Hate” – 8 May, Brussels

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On 8 May, 50 activists and national coordinators of the No Hate Speech Movement participated in the High Level Conference « Tolerance Trumps Hate » in the Palais d’Egmont in Brussels. The event was organized in the framework of the Belgian Chairmanship of the Council of Europe and gathered around 200 people, representing European and International Institutions,… View

8 May, 2015

Tolerance Trumps Hate High Level Conference –

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Tolerance Trumps Hate Speech delivered by Ms Snežana Samardžić-Marković, Director General of Democracy, Council of Europe Recent terrorist attacks in Paris and in Copenhagen and in the Jewish Museum in Brussels last year have inevitably focused public and political attention on the fight against terrorism and triggered calls for increased investment in law and order, security… View

16 March, 2015

The Essence of Diversity and Mutual Co-existence

Categories: Discrimination, Opinion, Racism

Written by Felix Kwabena Donkor, Alborg University, Denmark Diversity refers to people coming together from different races, cultural backgrounds, religions and sexes to form a group or community. This is evident in nature as several wonders of nature are as a result of several organisms coexisting which produces many wonders of nature and leaves one to marvel…. View



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