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Youth PEACE CAMP, EYC
Thierno Hamidou, Guinee
"Hate speech, as defined by the Council of Europe, covers all forms of expression which spread, incite, promote or justify racial hatred, xenophobia, anti-Semitism or other forms of hatred based on intolerance, including: intolerance expressed by aggressive nationalism and ethnocentrism, discrimination and hostility against minorities, migrants and people of immigrant origin."
The Join the movement section is an online platform for everyone interested to join the No Hate Hate Speech Movement. Here you can upload your personal statement or message about hate speech. This site is the main landing page of the Campaign available for the widest public with testimonials through self-made videos, photos or other visual manifestations. Young moderators are working behind the site to ensure aspects of safety and respect.
The Terms of Service can be consulted here.
How can I join?
European Action Day for Victims of Hate Crime - 22nd July - RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
The No Hate Speech Movement is organising an Action Day for Victims of Hate Crime on the 22nd July 2016. Please select from the following recommended actions. Follow the Action Day on our Facebook page or on Twitter @nohate_speech #nohatespeech
Express your solidarity with victims of hate crimes and connect your picture with another person through Joining the Nohate Chain of the Movement.
Tweet @ Politicians in order to call for commemorating victims of hate crime (click on link for detailed guidelines)
Share the Hints for Victims and Witnesses of a hate crime in order to educate many people about what to do when facing hate crimes.
Add this Twibbon Badge to your social media profile photo to express your solidarity with and commemorate victims of hate crimes
Organise an offline commemoration activity on the 22nd July.
Mark hate speech targeting any groups of people by the Hate Speech Watch in order to map existing online hate speech and invite your circles to take action (report or counter argue).