Racist speech and the impact of incitement to hatred
This latest webzine edition focuses on racist speech, as well as the potential impact of incitement to hatred on acts of racist violence.
Articles in this edition reflect on:
- The need for post-Hebdo Europe to respect international human rights law when it comes to freedom of expression
- Tackling hate speech in the 2014 European Parliament 2014 election
- Islamophobic online hate speech and impacts on violent incidents
- Anti-Roma speech and violence in the Czech Republic
- The responsibility of political leaders in shaping discourses
Watch this space for upcoming articles on...
The Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks have brought to light the debate on the appropriate balance between free speech and non-discrimination in Europe. The current (...) Read More
The recent waves of violent anti-Roma demonstrations and riots in the Czech Republic are rooted in the Roma population’s long history of violence, marginalisation and (...) Read More
19 February 2015 - Beheading, Rotherham, Paki, ISIS, terrorist, pigs, mosques, UKIP: anti-muslim online hate speech spreads through specific key words. Faith Matters (...) Read More
17 February 2015 - ENAR and the European region of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA-Europe) launched a common (...) Read More
13 February 2015 - Are you Charlie or aren’t you? The Paris terror attacks have put the debate on freedom of expression into the spotlight. However, an accurate (...) Read More