“You Are”, a project lead by Anna Thevenin, Cristina Idjilova, and Maria Volkova, aims to help and support victims of physical and psychological violence
International online seminar “Active European Citizens Against Hate Speech”, 5 October, 11.00 – 16.00 EEST Latvian Human Rights Centre in cooperation with its partner organizations “Multi Kulti Collective” (Bulgaria), “Human Rights House Zagreb” (Croatia), “Estonian Human Rights Centre” (Estonia), “Participation for All” (Latvia), “Human Rights Monitoring Institute” (Lithuania), “Peace Action Training and Research Institute of Romania – PATRIR” (Romania) is organizing an online international seminar “Active European Citizens Against Hate Speech” on hate speech and its impact on vulnerable groups, young people and society in general on 5th October. Hate speech is often used as a tool to target different vulnerable groups, especially minorities, immigrants and refugees. It causes...
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