Action Day for Victims of Hate Crime | 22 July 2017

No hate speech = Less hate crimes! The No Hate Speech Movement is organising an Action Day for Victims of Hate Crimes on 22nd July 2017 in order to commemorate victims of hate crimes and point out the corelation between hate speech and hate crimes. Please select from the following recommended actions. Follow the Action Day on our Facebook page or on Twitter @nohate_speech #nohatespeech


Make your POSTER to commemorate victims of hate crime, to raise awareness about the link between hate speech and hate crimes, to provide arguments for addressing hate speech and hate crime. Share it with the Movement and your social media.


Flag hate speech online on Hate Speech Watch in order to monitor online content that violates Human Rights online and incites hatred, that increases hate crimes.


Organise an offline action or an educational activity on the 22nd July with and for young people. Upload the photo of the event to the Movement website.


Follow the #22reasonswhy we should take action about hate crimes and hate speech images on our Facebook page and share your own reason too.


Change your social media cover picture to Declare your Commitment to suppirting the commemoration of victims and to speaking up for Human Rights. You can read more about the Declaration here.


Upload your photo to the No Hate Chain to express your support to the Action Day and to the Movement. Or add the "No hate" profile picture frame on facebook as shown here.