Registration for on-line workshops now open

Want to learn more about online hate speech and how to tackle it?
ONLINE 12 April 2022
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Registration for on-line workshops now open

You can register here to participate in the online workshops taking place on 26 and 27 April, from 14.30 :


  • “Crash course on the on-line toolkit for human rights speech on-line”

A 2-hour session that will guide the participants through the 5 steps of the Human Rights Narrative builder tool and practice using it with based on an example of hate speech. Participants will be invited to actively contribute to the discussion and might walk away with concrete ideas for counter or alternative narratives.

  • “CoE’s ‘Democracy Here, Democracy Now’ Youth Campaign”

The workshop will explore with participants the new youth campaign to revitalise democracy and its key themes, with a focus on questions related with equality and non-discrimination (particularly the impact of hate speech on democratic participation) and digitalisation (the new media landscape, etc). In addition, participants will learn how they can take part in the campaign and will develop together actions and initiatives in the framework of the campaign.

  • “Applying the UN Rabat Plan of Action”

Speakers from the United Nations Human Rights Office (OHCHR) will present how the threshold test of the Rabat Plan of Action has been used in practice, including by the UN, audio-visual authorities and social media companies ( The interactive session will also be an opportunity to discuss and apply the Rabat threshold test to a case scenario on hate speech by political and religious leaders during the pandemic.

  • “Using the On-line Observatory on Hate Speech”

Gathering data about hate speech is essential, given the overwhelming volume of online activity. But how can AI be used ethically, transparently and for societal good? This workshop will look at why and how the European Observatory of Online Hate uses data, and how to make it accessible to the general public via stakeholders like civil society, law, campaigning and academic organisations.

You can also still register to participate on-line in the Closing Conference of the Project “We Can for Human Rights Speech” - “SPEAKING HUMAN RIGHTS ON-LINE”