This training was hosted at the British Council headquarters in London.
The UK partners and our local partners developed a suite of training materials, resulting in four units: What is online hate speech; Safety & impact of online hate speech; Myths, lies & truth; and suggested classroom activities.
Centre for Peace – Osijek has started the hotline campaign on 20th December 2017 at the public discussion entitled "Victims and Witness Support System Today in Croatia", held at the Faculty of Economics in Osijek.
The Municipality of Aghii Anargiri Kamatero is launching a sensibilisation campaign against hate speech , on Monday 18th December 2017, on the occasion of the Immigrants' Day. The launching of the sensibilistion campaign includes the projection of a video that is going to be shown on social media.
People in Need - One World in Schools launched their Positive Messengers hotline campaign on December 18 by paying tribute to the inspiring legacy of Vaclav Havel, human rights defender, last President of Czechoslovakia, and the first Czech President, six years after his death. Originally a playwright, he led the former Czechoslovakia’s dissident human rights movement Charter 77, was repeatedly jailed by the Communist government.
This training was hosted at the London Headquarters of Amnesty International.
We aimed to work with people who are working with refugees and who are concerned with exposure to online hate speech.
Through Solidarity With Refugees, we were able to bring together a large group of professionals working in a variety of different roles and organisations, all of them supporting refugees and asylum seekers.
On 16th December 2017 in Tirgu Mures, Romania a workshop on the topic of online hate speech was held. It was attended by journalists, representatives of public institutions, non-governmental organizations and students. We thank you all for your participation.
We are launching our “Positive Messengers - HOTLINE” public campaign against online hate speech that will go through different stages over the next 10 months and will be held in seven more countries.
In the month in which we celebrate the International Human Rights Day, we are launching our public campaign “Positive Messengers – HOTLINE” against online hate speech.