Seminar combating hate speech : report, 10-12 February 2016, European Youth Centre, Strasbourg
- report prepared by Alicia Peraro, with input from the Gender Equality Unit and the Youth Departmen.
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- [Strasbourg, France] : Council of Europe, [2016?]
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 47-51).
- ["\"While the impact of new information technologies on all aspects of modern societies and human life has been very positive, new vulnerabilities of our societies have emerged through the growth of the Internet and social media. The No Hate Speech Movement campaign was set up to mobilise young people for human rights online and countering hate speech. In a survey carried out in 2015, women were one of the top three target groups of online hate speech encountered by the respondents. One thematic focus of the campaign is therefore sexist hate speech. Sexist hate speech is still too often seen as \"acceptable\", while in fact it is one of the most widespread and systemic forms of hate.\"--Document home page"]
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