Countering hate speech and prejudice

Hatred and prejudice, if allowed to flourish unchallenged, pose a danger to the respect of human dignity and freedom from discrimination of each individual, and ultimately to the cohesion of our societies. The Division’s work helps a number of stakeholders to address phenomena caused by hatred and prejudice, from rumours, stereotypes and intolerance to the most extreme consequences such as racism, discrimination, hate speech and hate crime.

Types of support we provide to combat hate speech and prejudice include:

 Training courses