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Register now for a new workshop!

Human rights and anti-discrimination NGO’s and activists are invited to register for our next workshop to create human rights-based narratives to counter anti-Muslim hate speech on 27-28 September. 

This workshop is organised in cooperation with Femyso, Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations.

The workshop will take a participatory, and learning-by-doing, approach. Using practical online tools developed by the project to analyse instances of hate speech, constructing human rights-based narratives and messages and practical online campaigns. Campaign activists and graphic designers will support you in the process.


The workshop

The online human rights speech toolkit will be used throughout the workshop, participants will use it to: 

We will look a bit closer at the challenge we need to address: anti-Muslim hate speech online, looking at looking at the risks it poses to the human rights and dignity of Muslims, and our own personal experiences with the problem and approaches to address it.

We will then turn our focus to the values we stand for, namely human rights, discussing which human rights can work the best in facing of hate and discriminatory speech reviewed in the morning and how we can create our own human-right based messages in response or as an alternative.

Finally, we will look at putting all this into practice, and we will start working on a campaign plan and work with graphic designers to help create the online messages using images, photos, cartoons, drawings etc.

A detailed programme will be sent to confirmed participants before the workshop starts.


After the workshop

The workshop doesn’t end with the last day of training: following the workshop, you and your team members will have roughly one week to complete your campaign plan and move to the implementation phase. October-December will be dedicated to sharing your campaign materials online, so altogether we can altogether make an effort to replace anti-Muslim hate speech with human rights-based narratives in some of the corners of the internet!

We will keep in touch to support you where needed, to share your posts and to hear from you on how your campaign materials perform.


Registration

Sounds interesting? Apply now!

Applications for registration are open until 19 September

 

More information can be found in the background note

 

Please note that registration does not mean automatic enrolment – we will send an email confirmation to selected participants after the registration closes.

 

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