With POSITIVE MESSENGERS project events we aim at:

Empower target groups and promote peer-to-peer and civil society initiatives to counter hate speech;
 Create networks of local, national and international partners to counter online hate speech through production and dissemination of positive messages;
Encourage positive discourses and counter-narratives in order to limit hate speech against migrants/refugees;
Develop and test peer-reviewed training materials for target audiences.


Choose one of 20 simple actions from the British Council’s Be A Positive Messenger Challenge and share your action online. How many of the 20 can you do and share?

Perfect for schools, young people, teachers, individuals, community groups… everyone is welcome to take part in this ‘homework challenge’!

Simply download the British Council’s PDF (every download helps this campaign) and choose your actions. 

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