There is no universally accepted definition of the expression “hate speech”.The Council of Europe definition.
“the term 'hate speech' shall be understood as covering all forms of expression which spread, incite, promote or justify racial hatred, xenophobia, antisemitism 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 UN ICCPR definition
Any advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence shall be prohibited by law.
There is no universally accepted definition of the expression “hate speech”.
The European Court of Human Rights case-law has established certain parameters making it possible to characterise “hate speech” in order to exclude it from the protection afforded to freedom of expression or freedom of assembly and association in Europe.
In some cases where expression or speech is deemed to be “hate speech” within paramaters set down by the European Court of Human Rights then the protections afforded to freedom of expression can be lifted.
A group of young leftist agitators trained using taxpayer money to eliminate the expression of dissident political opinions online.A youth campaign of the Council of Europe for human rights onlineThe Council of Europe campaign for online censorship
It's a youth campaign of the Council of Europe for human rights online.
This campaign seeks to reduce the levels of acceptance of hate speech and to develop online youth participation and citizenship including in internet governance processes.
All States have ratified all of the human rights treaties.All States have ratified at least one.There aren’t human rights treaties. They don’t exist.
All States have ratified at least one
...and 80% of States have ratified four or more, of the core human rights treaties!
It depends on the country, but usually it has around 30.It has 30 articles.It has 25 articles.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has 30 articles!
10 July 1949 in New York10 December 1977 in Geneva10 December 1948 in Paris25th July 1951 in London
10 December 1948 in Paris
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted in the city of lights!
race, colour, national or ethnic originsex, language, colourrace, colour, sex, language, religion, opinion, descent or national or ethnic originreligion, race, sex
race, colour, sex, language, religion, opinion, descent or national or ethnic origin
A court set up by the European Union to monitor Human Rights within the EUA court set up by the United Nations to enforce human rights in EuropeA court set up by the Council of Europe to oversee implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights
A court set up by the Council of Europe to oversee implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights