Table of contents - No Hate Speech Movement

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ALBANIA .......................................................................................................................................................6
2.
ANDORRA ....................................................................................................................................................7
3.
ARMENIA .....................................................................................................................................................8
4.
AUSTRIA .................................................................................................................................................... 11
5.
AZERBAIJAN .............................................................................................................................................. 12
6.
REPUBLIC OF BELARUS.............................................................................................................................. 13
7.
BELGIUM (Flanders) .................................................................................................................................. 14
8.
BELGIUM (German speaking) ................................................................................................................... 15
9.
BELGIUM (French Community) ................................................................................................................. 16
10.
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA ..................................................................................................................... 17
11.
BULGARIA ................................................................................................................................................. 18
12.
CROATIA.................................................................................................................................................... 19
13.
CYPRUS ..................................................................................................................................................... 23
14.
CZECH REPUBLIC ....................................................................................................................................... 25
15.
DENMARK ................................................................................................................................................. 26
16.
ESTONIA .................................................................................................................................................... 27
17.
FINLAND .................................................................................................................................................... 28
18.
FRANCE ..................................................................................................................................................... 29
19.
GEORGIA ................................................................................................................................................... 30
20.
GERMANY ................................................................................................................................................. 31
21.
GREECE...................................................................................................................................................... 32
22.
HOLY SEE ................................................................................................................................................... 33
23.
HUNGARY.................................................................................................................................................. 34
24.
ICELAND .................................................................................................................................................... 35
25.
IRELAND .................................................................................................................................................... 36
26.
ITALY ......................................................................................................................................................... 37
27.
KAZAKHSTAN ............................................................................................................................................ 39
28.
LATVIA ....................................................................................................................................................... 40
29.
LIECHTENSTEIN ......................................................................................................................................... 41
30.
LITHUANIA ................................................................................................................................................ 42
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31.
LUXEMBURG ............................................................................................................................................. 44
32.
MALTA....................................................................................................................................................... 45
33.
MEXICO ..................................................................................................................................................... 46
34.
REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA ........................................................................................................................... 47
35.
MONACO .................................................................................................................................................. 48
36.
MONTENEGRO .......................................................................................................................................... 49
37.
THE NETHERLANDS ................................................................................................................................... 50
38.
NORWAY ................................................................................................................................................... 52
39.
POLAND .................................................................................................................................................... 53
40.
PORTUGAL ................................................................................................................................................ 56
41.
ROMANIA .................................................................................................................................................. 57
42.
RUSSIAN FEDERATION .............................................................................................................................. 58
43.
SAN MARINO ............................................................................................................................................ 59
44.
SERBIA ....................................................................................................................................................... 60
45.
SLOVAK REPUBLIC ..................................................................................................................................... 61
46.
SLOVENIA .................................................................................................................................................. 62
47.
SPAIN ........................................................................................................................................................ 63
48.
SWEDEN .................................................................................................................................................... 64
49.
SWITZERLAND ........................................................................................................................................... 65
50.
“THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA” ........................................................................... 66
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TURKEY...................................................................................................................................................... 67
52.
UKRAINE.................................................................................................................................................... 68
53.
UNITED KINGDOM .................................................................................................................................... 69
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Country
The Campaign
Coordinator
The
Campaign
Committee
The website/Facebook/etc. of the Campaign
Albania
No
Not yet
No
Andorra
Yes
Yes
No
Armenia
David Hayrapetyan
Yes
www.nohate.am
https://www.facebook.com/YouthEventHoldingCentre
www.erit.am
Austria
Andreas Unterberger
No
No
Azerbaijan
Seymur E. Huseynov,
Ravana Hashimova
Yes
www.nohatespeechmovement.az
www.facebook.com/NoHateSpeechMovementAzerbaijan?fref=t
s
Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoHateAz
Belarus
Siarhei Rukan
No
No
Belgium
German speaking:
Mrs. Nicole Keutgen,
Flanders:
Gerda Van Roelen
French community:
Michel Duponcelle
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Branka Malesevic
(Republika Srpska)
www.jeugdbeleid.be
Twitter: jeugdbeleid1
Yes
Facebook: www.facebook.com/nemrzimrs
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ne_mrzim
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnJ5h5M2g_dHV8If2tHj8
4CItlyK9HAXQ
Bulgaria
Teodora Hristoforova
Yes
www.nohate.bg .
https://www.facebook.com/NoHate.bg .
Twitter: nohatespeechbg
Croatia
Ivana Furlic
Yes
www.dislajkammrznju.hr
Facebook: Dislajkam mržnju – NE govoru mržnje na internetu
Cyprus
Marinos Pavlou
Stelios Papapetrou
Victoria Khalil
No
No
Czech
Republic
Roman Maca
Yes
www.protinenavisti.cz
www.nohate.cz
Denmark
No
No
No
Estonia
No
No
No
Finland
Satu Kanninen
No
www.eivihapuheelle.fi
https://www.facebook.com/eivihapuheelle?fref=ts
https://twitter.com/EiVihapuheelle
http://eivihapuheelle.fi/blogi/
France
Chantal Okubo
No
No
Georgia
Nora Gigineishvili
Yes
www.nohate.ge
Facebook:მოძრაობა სიძულვილის ენის წინააღმდეგ
Germany
No
No
No
Greece
Eleni Andreou
No
No
Holy See
No
No
No
Hungary
Ivett Karvalits
Yes
www.nohatespeechmozgalom.hu
facebook.com/nohatespeechmozgalom + Closed Group:
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Country
The Campaign
Coordinator
The
Campaign
Committee
The website/Facebook/etc. of the Campaign
www.facebook.com/groups/218779754943758/
Iceland
Gudberg Jónsson
No
No
Ireland
Anne Walsh
Yes
Website set up with no hate speech pledge featured
Facebook page plus Facebook activists group
Twitter account
Italy
Emanuela Rampelli
Yes
http://www.nohatespeech.it/
Facebook: No Hate Speech Italia
Kazakhstan
No
No
No
Latvia
Gundega Rupenheite
Yes
http://www.sif.lv/
https://www.facebook.com/KustibaPretNaidaRunuLatvija?ref=hl
Liechtenstein
No
No
No
Lithuania
Viktorija Bružaitė,
Neringa Jurčiukonytė
Yes
www.myliupanda.lt
Facebook: www.facebook.com/myliupanda
Blog: part of www.myliupanda.lt.
Luxembourg
No
No
No
Malta
Irene Attard
No
No
Marocco
Only Activist Group
Activists
Mexico
Alfredo Burgos
Yes
Official site: http://sintags.mx/
Twitter: @sintagsmx Trending Topic: #Sintags
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sintagsmx
Moldova
Olga Batîr, Ion Donea Yes
https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-hate-speechMoldova/715818245109247
Monaco
No
No
No
Montenegro
Krsto Vukadinovic
Yes
http://forummne.com/nohatespeech/
Facebook: No Hate Speech Movement Montenegro
Netherlands
Ben Ahmed Ben Yerrou
Yes
On going
Norway
Eirik Rise
Yes
No
Poland
Jan Dabkowski
No
http://beznienawisci.pl/
https://www.facebook.com/PolskaBezNienawisci?fref=ts
Portugal
Margarida Saco
Yes
www.odionao.com.pt
http://www.facebook.com/campanhaodionao
Twitter: @odionao
Romania
Marian Panait
No
No
Russian
Federation
Olga Popova
No
www.nohate.ru
http://vk.com/public60487140
Quebec
(Canada)
Marilyne Poliquin
Yes
Not yet
Serbia
Aleksandra Mitrovic,
Ivan Zivkovic
Yes
www.nohate.rs
https://www.facebook.com/negovorumrznje?ref=hl
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Country
The Campaign
Coordinator
The
Campaign
Committee
The website/Facebook/etc. of the Campaign
Slovak
Republic
Andrej Bencel
Yes
www.beznenavisti.sk
https://www.facebook.com/KampanBezNenavisti
Slovenia
Zorko Škvor
Sara Karba
No
No
Spain
Natalia Diaz Santin, Ana No
Martinez Fernandez,
Bruno del Mazo de
Unamuno
http://www.nohate.es/
http://www.injuve.es/en/evento/campana-contra-la-intoleranciaen-internet
https://twitter.com/NoHateSpain
https://www.facebook.com/nohatespain
Sweden
Johnny Lindqvist
No
http://www.nohate.se/
Switzerland
Jean- Marie Bouverat,
Atitsogbe Golo Yawo,
Annina Grob
Yes
www.nohatespeech.ch.
www.facebook.com/nohatespeechCH
www.twitter.com/NoHateSpeech_CH
“The former
Yugoslav
Republic of
Macedonia”
Zorica Stamenkovska
Yes
https://www.facebook.com/MKCampaignAgainstHateSpeech
Turkey
Dicle Akinci
No
Ukraine
NadiiaPavlyk
Not yet set http://nhsm.info – the site
up
https://www.facebook.com/pages/%D0%A0%D1%83%D
1%85-%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B0%D0%B2%D0%B8%D
1%81%D1%82%D1%96/747403015325997 - page on
facebook
United
Kingdom
Ms Laura Geraghty
Yes
Twitter: bezomrazamk
http://nefretehayir.gsb.gov.tr/NefreteHayir.aspx
https://www.facebook.com/nefretehayir?ref=stream
Website: http://www.hatecrimehub.org.uk
Twitter: noh8speechuk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/no-hate-speechmovement-uk
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1. ALBANIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
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Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
2. ANDORRA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
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Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
3. ARMENIA
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Name of the campaign coordinator
Davit Hayrapetyan
Status of the coordinators
-Civil servant (name of employing entity): State noncommercial organization “Youth
events holding center”
-Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): No
-Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): No
-Number of other staff working on the campaign: 4, apart from National campaign
committee members
-Date of appointment of the coordinators: 27 Mars 2013
Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives:
1. Armen Papyan-Head of the Department of Youth Policies at the RA Ministry of
Sport and Youth Affairs
2. David Hayrapetyan-Director of Youth Events Holding Center SNCO
3. Arman Israyelyan-Advisor of the Department for Europe at the RA Ministry of
Foreign Affairs
4. Marine Sargsyan-Head of the Division for Cooperation and Analyses of the
Department of Youth Policies at the RA Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs
5. Hasmik Khachatryan-Chief expert of the Division for Program Implementation of
the Youth Events Holding Center SNCO
NGO representatives, including youth organisations:
1. Initiative Group Alpbach Armenia (IG Alpbach Armenia)
2. Youth Wave NGO
3. Association For Sustainable Human Development NGO
4. New Generation humanitarian NGO
5. Federation of Youth Clubs of Armenia
Human Rights institutions: No
Internet business stakeholders: No
Media stakeholders: No
Youth experts:
1. Arzuman Harutyunyan 2. Nelly Gishyan 3. Gevorg Mkrtchyan 4. Liana Nersisyan 5.
Sofia Piradyan
Bloggers / Online activists: No
Name/s of the President/s
Chairpersons of the committee
Not set up
How often does the committee
meet?
Once a month
Date of launching
01.04.13
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Expected date of closure
20.12.2014
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Not settled yet
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
1. On 22 July we organized a flesh-mob dedicated to the Hate Crime Victim’s day. The video
of the latter has been published in YouTube and the European platform of the movement.
2.On 23 July a meeting was held with the most active NGO representatives after which the
event was broadcasted on H2 TV channel
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SDe6VbwdDY
3. Meanwhile we achieved to acquire the copy right for the translation of the book Ann Weber
“Manual on Hate Speech” from the EC, which, nevertheless, will be ready by the end of the
year.
4. In August we determined the name and the slogan of the Armenian national campaign and
designed the logo, which has been published on our FB page
http://www.facebook.com/YouthEventHoldingCentre.
Under agreement with our European partners we didn’t organize any offline activities because
of the summer holidays.
5. September 21 was European Action Day for Peace and Tolerance which is why we
initiated an on-line photo contest. You can see the results in our FB page
http://www.facebook.com/YouthEventHoldingCentre and about awards ceremony on
http://www.erit.am/index.php?id=18824&lang=2.
Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): not in 2013
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: On line
grants for NGO, activities within other state projects.
Campaign online
Campaign website: www.nohate.am
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YouthEventHoldingCentre
Twitter: No
Blog: No
Other: www.erit.am
Other relevant information
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4. AUSTRIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Andreas Unterberger
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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5. AZERBAIJAN
Name of the campaign coordinator
Ravana Hashimova
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): National Assembly of Youth Organizations
of The Republic of Azerbaijan
Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives: NGO representatives, including youth
organisations: "Common Sense" Youth Organization, Ramiz Aliyev; "Dan" Public
Union of International Youth, Narmina Teymurova; Azerbaijan Young Lawyers
Union, Lyaman Aghalarova; National Assembly of Youth organizations of the
Republic of Azerbaijan- Tarana Hasanova; Azerbaijan Student Youth Organizations'
Union. Nargiz Huseynova; Eurasian International Development Association, Sevinj
Iskandarova
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
Ravana Hashimova
How often does the committee
meet?
Monthly meetings
Date of launching
May 2013
Expected date of closure
June 2014
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Thematic focus or objectives of the national campaign: Thematic focus is youths and
objectives are call people to peace within the educational ways.
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Photo contests announced during European action days, event for International
Youth day held on the shopping centre of Baku with exhibition received from photo
contest, sharing informational materials at the city, international forum for national
committees meeting
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros):
35,560.00 EUR
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: Till
today campaign was funding by the Ministry of Youth and Sport
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
Campaign website: nohatespeechmovement.az
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NoHateSpeechMovementAzerbaijan?fref=ts
Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoHateAz
From the beginning of the campaign in our country, mass media has lighted all
activities, banners hanged up at the centre of the city and the elevator of Youth
House has decorated with Campaign logo and “Swear of No Hate” prepared by No
Hate Azerbaijan.
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6. REPUBLIC OF BELARUS
Name of the campaign coordinator
Siarhei Rukan
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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7. BELGIUM (Flanders)
Name of the campaign coordinator
Nele Bulens
Status of the coordinators
-Civil servant (name of employing entity): -Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Jong & Van Zin (Alessandro
Cadau)
-Volunteer (name of hosting organisation):
-Number of other staff working on the campaign: 1 FTE
-Date of appointment of the coordinators: 1/11/2013
Governmental representatives:
Youth Division (Gerda Van Roelen), Education, Welfare, Equal chances, Sports,
Integration
NGO representatives, including youth organisations:
De Ambrassade (Youth Information), Tumult (peace-education)
Human Rights institutions: Centre pour l’égalité des chances et la lutte contre le
racisme
Internet business stakeholders:
Media stakeholders: Mediaraven, VRT
Other partners: Childfocus, Gezinsbond, Jeugd&Muziek
Bloggers / Online activists: Nele Bulens
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
4 times a year
Expected date of closure
-
Focus/objectives of the campaign
-
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Main activities in the programme of the campaign: video Klasse
www.klasse.be/vieswijf ; launching with flash mob and dance populaire, translation
tools, use of logo, looking for role models, actionplan youth sector, training of peers
Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 50 000
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: project
Youth and children’s rights policy Flemish government
Campaign online
Campaign website: www.jeugdbeleid.be
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook:
Twitter: jeugdbeleid1
Blog:
Other: newsletter Alles over Jeugd
26/6/2013
Other relevant information
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8. BELGIUM (German speaking)
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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9. BELGIUM (French Community)
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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10.
Republika Srpska
Name of the campaign
coordinator
Status of the coordinators
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Bosnia and Herzegovina (Republic of Srpska)
Ms. Branka Malesevic, Ms. Andjelija Kovacevic
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Civil servant (name of employing entity): Ms. Branka Malesevic, Assistant
Minister for Youth at the Ministry of Family, Youth and Sport
- Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Click here to enter text.
- Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): Ms. Andjelija Kovacevic, Youth center
“Auctus” (member of EYCA)
- Number of other staff working on the campaign: 5
- Date of appointment of the coordinators: 03/10/2013
Composition of the
committee
- Governmental representatives: Mr. Nikola Baštinac, Committee for
Children, Youth and Sport of the National Assembly of the Republic of
Srpska; Ms. Branka Malesevic, Ministry of Family, Youth and Sport; Ms.
Snjezana Bojic-Jovnovic, Ministry of Justice; Mr. Jovo Markovic, Ministry
of Internal Affairs; Mr. Predrag Golubovic, Ministry of Administration
and Local Self-Governance; Mr. Mirza Bajrovic, Ministry of Science and
Technology;
- NGO representatives, including youth organisations: Ms. Ljubica
Kaurin, Youth Council of the Republic of Srpska; Mr. Aleksandar Zolja,
Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly; Ms. Svetlana Borojevic, Network of High
School Students’ Councils of the Republic of Srpska; Mr. Sasa Ostojic,
Member of The UN Secretary-General's Network of Men Leaders; Mr.
Ratko Savic, Youth Peace Ambassador;
- Human Rights institutions: Ms. Andrea Stankovic, Ombudsman for
Children of the Republic of Srpska;
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- Media stakeholders: Mr. Drasko Ignjatić, Radio-television of the
Republic of Srpska;
- Other partners: Mr. Miladin Ilic, Pedagogical Institute; Mr. Sasa
Vojnovic, Agency for Information Society of the Republika Srpska;
- Bloggers / Online activists: Ms. Anđelija Kovacevic, Youth center
“Auctus” (member of EYCA);
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the
committee
How often does the
committee meet?
Ms. Branka Malesevic
Date of launching
22/08/2014
4.1 Once per month + communication via mailing list
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the
campaign
-
The general aim of the campaign is to inform young people about the
campaign importance of respecting human rights online and negative
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effects of hate speech.
Activities in the programme
of the campaign
Budget
Click here to enter text.Workshops in high schools; Video and photo competition; Essay
competition; Round table for medias on hate speech; Support for NGO projects on no hate
speech; Promotion at social networks; Promotion at cultural events; Improvement of
legislation related hate speech;
- Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 25.000,00
- Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or
projects: Ministry of Family, Youth and Sport
Campaign online
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Campaign website: www.nemrzim.com
Other social media used for campaigning:
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Facebook: www.facebook.com/nemrzimrs
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Twitter: www.twitter.com/ne_mrzim
Blog: Click here to enter text.
Other:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnJ5h5M2g_dHV8If2tHj84CItlyK9
HAXQ
Other relevant information
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BULGARIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Teodora Hristoforova
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): National Centre European Youth
Programmes and Initiatives
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): No
Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): No
Number of other staff working on the campaign: No
Date of appointment of the coordinators: March 2013
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Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives: Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Education
and Science, Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications,
National Centre "European Youth Programmes and Initiatives", State Agency for
Child Protection, Agency for Persons with Disabilities, Commission for Protection
against Discrimination, Center for Educational Integration of Children and Students
from Ethnic Minorities, Central Commission for Preventing Juvenile and Youth
Antisocial Behavior, National Centre for Public Health and Analysis.
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: National Youth Forum, “Open
Society Institute” Foundation, Youth organization MGERB, Organization of Bulgarian
Scouts, Bulgarian Youth Red Cross, Youth Network of the Confederation of Labor
"Podkrepa", National Union of Students Councils, National Network for Children,
Foundation for Gender Education, Research and Technology, Bulgarian Gender
Research Foundation.
Human Rights institutions: UNICEF Bulgaria.
Internet business stakeholders: International Cyber Investigation Training Academy
Media stakeholders: No.
Other partners: No.
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Maya Todorova, Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports
Expected date of closure
Not defined yet.
Focus/objectives of the campaign
-
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
-
Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): aprox. 10.000 Euro.
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: National
budget.
Campaign website: www.nohate.bg .
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NoHate.bg .
Twitter: nohatespeechbg
Other: no.
Campaign online
Once per month
19.05.2013
Other relevant information
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CANADA
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Name of the campaign
coordinator
Marilyne Poliquin
Status of the coordinators
Director of communications at LOJIQ (International Youth Offices of
Québec)
LOJIQ is a governmental organization financed by the Ministery of
International Relations and La Francophonie of Québec.
LOJIQ draws on the vitality and success of its member youth agencies
(OFQJ, OQAJ, OQWBJ, and OQMJ) and their outreach and involvement in
regional, national and international partnership networks to assist and
support Québec youth who seek personal and professional development
through rewarding and educational international mobility experiences.
LOJIQ forges ties with Quebec ministries and agencies whose main
responsibilities are international relations, youth, education, employment
and social solidarity, culture, and economic development.
LOJIQ is present in all regions of Québec and carries out its activities with
the support of academic networks, youth support organizations, and
affiliated groups.
LOJIQ forms partnerships with international youth organizations,
government institutions, and other stakeholders. It gathers information,
participates in international youth mobility exchanges, and acts as an
observer within youth forums, including at UNESCO.
Composition of the
committee
We have not yet established a formal committee but it is currently
composed of me and the leader of LOJIQ, Mr. Alfred Pilon.
Name/s of the President/s
Chairpersons of the
committee
Mr. Alfred Pilon
CEO of LOJIQ
How often does the
committee meet?
n/a
Date of launching
In the near future
Expected date of closure
We have not yet established the duration of the campaign,
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Focus/objectives of the
campaign
Inspired by Europe, the goal of the campaign is to give Quebec a unique
voice for the prevention, action and support of actors* in the fight against
hate speeches.
Prevention :
- Equipping adults who play a role in helping young people in the
public space
Intervention :
- Use communication technologies (NHSM landing page, newsletter,
social networks) and the NHSM educational and information
materials as intervention tools
Supporting of actors:
- identify best practices, promising practices and existing resources
and disseminate this information;
Activities in the program
of the campaign
* Prevention, Action, Support of actors are the three themes of collective
reflection on the action plan for the fight against bullying will develop
Quebec in 2015.
We have not yet established the program gosl of the campaign but plan to
make activities for the 10th of December and 21st of March Action Days.
Budget
n/a
Campaign online
Not yet.
Other relevant
information
On October 2nd, 2014, the Premier of Québec, chaired the Forum on the
Fight against Bullying. Mobilize stakeholders and identify directions and
lines of action of a concerted plan against bullying is what Forum was
intended to. He discussed bullying at all ages, in the real world and the
virtual world.
The Family Ministry is also conducting an online public consultation about
bullying ending November 30, 2014.
The government also expects to record bullying in the next youth Quebec
policy and in the next Youth Action Strategy, wich is part LOJIQ in both
cases.
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CROATIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Ivana Furlić
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Ministry of social policy and youth
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Volunteer (name of hosting organisation):
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Number of other staff working on the campaign: 5
Date of appointment of the coordinators: February 2013
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Governmental representatives: Morana Makovec, Ministry of social policy and
youth, Tihomir Ivka, Ministry of social policy and youth, Ana Vlahović Stanić,
Ministry of justice, Maja Dodić Gruičić, Ministry of science, education and sport,
Krešimir Mamić, Ministry of interior affairs, Damir Bogdanović, Ministry of interior
affairs, Lana Velimirović Vukalović, Govermental Office for human rights and
national minorities,
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: Mario Burić, National student
council, Kruno Stjepanović, Student council, Valerija Novak, Media factory, Ankica
Milić, Croatian youth network, Vesna Katalinić, Brave phone, Sara Lalić, Centre for
peace studies,Mislav Mihael Mandir, Status-M, Nataša Bijelić, CESI – Center for
education, counselling and research, Martina Gavranović, Ambidekster club,
Sunčana Kusturin, Game, Nemanja Relić, Serbian democratic forum, Sindirela
Bobarić, Youth Association of Croatian Roma, Daniel Martinović, Zagreb Pride.
Human Rights institutions: Internet business stakeholders: Media stakeholders: Croatian radio and television
Other partners: Since it was established, the committee held three meetings. Communication
among committee members takes place mostly via e-mail.
November 2013
December 2014
The general aim of the campaign is to inform children and young people about
importance of respecting human rights and negative effects of hate speech. Specific
objectives are defined in the proposal of Campaign main activities.
Main activities in the programme of the campaign: The launching of the campaign
together with the press conference is scheduled for the end of November. The
campaign launching will be preceeded by setting up both our web site and facebook
page. Also, we had an open call for NGO-s to apply with projects involving activities
related to the NHS campaign and the whole procedure will soon be completed.
Furthermore, National Committee suggested the list of potential ambassadors who
are invited to join and support the campaign.We are also in the proces of filming the
campaign video. Furthermore, we are planning to involve students through school
system and to organize a concert for young people. With the support from national
TV and radio stations we hope to have campaign present in media.
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 77.630 (in 2013)
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: State
budget
Campaign website: www.dislajkammrznju.hr
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: Dislajkam mržnju – NE govoru mržnje na internetu
Other: -
Other relevant information
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14.
Name of the campaign coordinator
CYPRUS
Mr Marinos Pavlou, Mr Stelios Papapetrou, Ms Victoria Khalil
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Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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15.
CZECH REPUBLIC
Name of the campaign coordinator
Roman Maca
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity):
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Narodni centrum
bezpecnejsiho internetu
Volunteer (name of hosting organisation):
Number of other staff working on the campaign: 3
Date of appointment of the coordinators: March 2013
-
Composition of the committee
Government of the Czech Republic, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports,
Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Czech Council of
Children and Youth, Municipality of Prague, Third Faculty of Medicine, Charles
University, Faculty of Law, Charles University, Nadace Nase Dite, UPC Czech
Republic, NROS (Civil Society Development Foundation), Faculty of Law, Charles
University, NCBI
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
Zdenka Maskova, Roman Maca
How often does the committee
meet?
3 times a year, we plan to organize meetings more often with increasing number of
activities supported by EAA (point 8).
Date of launching
March 2013
Expected date of closure
-
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Roma people issues, problematics of immigrants, internet safety issues
(cyberbullying etc.)
Promotion of the campaign online and offline, networking of the organizations and
experts, building online activists community (workshop for bloggers 26th Nov 2013
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 10500 E
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: 4000 E
UPC Czech Republic, ltd.; 2000 Ministry of Youth, 4500 NROS (Czech regional EAA
grants operator)
Campaign website: www.protinenavisti.cz www.nohate.cz
Other social media used for campaigning:
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
Facebook: we promote official “European”
Twitter: we promote official “European”
Blog: NA
Other: NA
Following activities are planned for supporting by EEA grants. Relevant call for proposals has
not been opened yet.
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16.
DENMARK
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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17.
ESTONIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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18.
FINLAND
Name of the campaign coordinator
Ms Satu Valtere
Status of the coordinators
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Plan Finland (see the number
of staff working on the campaign)
Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): 40 activists for the Finnish NHSM
Number of other staff working on the campaign: 100% Campaign Coordinator, 100%
Campaign Assistant, 20% communications manager, 10% of audio visual producer,
5% Advisor for Youth Participation
Date of appointment of the coordinators: February 2013
Composition of the committee
-
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Two times a year. Preparatory group meets 4 times a year. Preparatory groups is
much smaller than NCC.
Date of launching
27.3.2013
Expected date of closure
-
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): Year 2013: 216 000€, year 2014:
254 000€
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: Ministry
of Education and Culture
Campaign website: www.eivihapuheelle.fi
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eivihapuheelle?fref=ts
Twitter: https://twitter.com/EiVihapuheelle
Blog: http://eivihapuheelle.fi/blogi/
Other relevant information
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19.
Name of the campaign coordinator
FRANCE
Ms Chantal Okubo
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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20.
GEORGIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Ms Nora Gigineishvili
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs of
Georgia
Number of other staff working on the campaign: 12
Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives: Ministry of Youth
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: International Youth
organization Junior Chamber International in Georgia, PlayWrite Caucasus, institute
for democratic changes, youth space, Georgian school students union alliance, Frani,
Elsa, Analytical Center for Interethnic Cooperation and Consultations, Civil initiatives
association, Europe our home
Human Rights institutions: Public Defenders office Georgia
Bloggers / Online activists: Gubaz KOberidze
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Once in a month
Date of launching
Date of launching: January 2013
Expected date of closure
December 2014
Focus/objectives of the campaign
ethnic minority, gender, sexual, religious minority issues
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
trainings
Campaign online
Campaign website: www.nohate.ge
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook:მოძრაობა სიძულვილის ენის წინააღმდეგ
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: budget
of the government
Other relevant information
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21.
GERMANY
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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22.
Name of the campaign coordinator
GREECE
Mrs Eleni Andreou
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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23.
HOLY SEE
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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HUNGARY
Name of the campaign coordinator
Ivett Karvalits
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): National Institute of Family and Social
Policy
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity):Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): Number of other staff working on the campaign: Date of appointment of the coordinators: March 2013
Governmental representatives: Balázs Márton Youth Department – Ministry of
Human Resources, Ivett Karvalits - National Institute of Family and Social Policy
NGO representatives,
including youth organisations: Marcell Lőricz – Szubjektív Értékek Foundation, Lilla
Nedeczky - Reményt a Gyermekeknek (Hope for Children) Association, Lilla Csástyu,
Balázs Ament, Edina Árgyellán, Judit Takács - National Youth Council, Ramona Koska
– Youth Consultation Circle (informal youth org.),
Human Rights institutions:Internet business stakeholders:
Media stakeholders: Gabriella Horvath – Humana Magazin
Other partners:-
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chairpersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Monthly offline, weekly online working groups
Date of launching
March 21 2013
Expected date of closure
December 31 2014
Focus/objectives of the campaign
General
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Online campaigning, social media activities, offline educational activities, public
actions on festivals and large scale events
Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): no budget
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: in kind
contribution of the NCC participating organisations – human resource, tools,
infrastructure
Campaign online
Campaign website: www.nohatespeechmozgalom.hu
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: facebook.com/nohatespeechmozgalom + Closed Group:
www.facebook.com/groups/218779754943758/
Other: Member organisationd of the NCC applied for grants to the local EEA Funds, the NA of the
Youth in Action programme and the European Youth Fund, unfortunately no projects
received funding through these grants so far.
Other relevant information
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ICELAND
Name of the campaign coordinator
Mr Gudberg K. Jonsson
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Home & School – National Parental
Organization
Number of other staff working on the campaign: 2
Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives: Ministry of Education
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: Home & School – National
Parental Organization, National Youth Centre Organization, Federation of Icelandic
youth organizations and National Youth Organization
Human Rights institutions: Icelandic Human Rights Centre
Mr Gudberg K. Jonsson
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Biweekly
Date of launching
8. November
Expected date of closure
-
Focus/objectives of the campaign
No hate speech, online bullying etc.
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Peer2Peer education, media campaigns, educational modules, conferences, youth
participation at sport events/tournaments, etc
Budget
Campaign online
Campaign website: www.saft.is
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ekkerthaturordumfylgirabyrgd
Other relevant information
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Name of the campaign coordinator
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Anne Walsh
IRELAND
Status of the coordinators
Intercultural and Equality Officer at the National Youth Council of
Ireland
Composition of the committee
20 youth and/or special interest organizations
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
No named President/ Chairman
How often does the committee
meet?
Anne Walsh chairs the committee
Every 6 weeks
Date of launching
Informally on 7th February 2014
Formal launch was September 24th 2014
Expected date of closure
December 2015
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Awareness raising about hate speech with young people/youth
workers
Tackling hate speech – youth activist response to hate speech
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
3 events held –
 training for youth workers,
 2 day youth activist event for young people
 formal launch event
1 campaign video produced, 1 feature video produced
Twitter training planned
No Hate speech Election campaign (local and European elections)
– supporting anti-racism and anti-homophobic campaigning
€10,000
Budget
Campaign online
Website set up with no hate speech pledge featured
Facebook page plus Facebook activists group
Twitter account
Whats App group set up
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Other relevant information
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ITALY
Name of the
campaign
coordinator
Ms Emanuela Rampelli
Status of the
coordinators
Head of the International Service, Department of Youth
Composition
of the
committee
1) Presidency of the Council or Ministers (PCM) – Department for Youth and National Civic
Service;
2) PCM – Department for Information and Publishing;
3) PCM – Department for Equal Opportunities, National Office against Racial Discriminations;
4) PCM – Department of the Family;
5) PCM – Department of Regional Autonomies and Sports
6) Ministry of Interior;
7) Ministry of Education;
8) National Youth Agency;
9) National Youth Forum;
10) National Association of Italian Municipalities (ANCI)
The Committee was set up on 10th April 2013
Name/s of the
President/s
Chairpersons
of the
committee
Counselor Calogero Mauceri, Head of Department of Youth and National Civic Service
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How often
does the
committee
meet?
Every 5 months
Date of
launching
10 giugno 2013 – Parliamentary Seminar organized by Laura Boldrini, President of the
Parliament with the participation of Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni, Deputy Secretary General of
the Council of Europe
http://www.repubblica.it/politica/2013/06/10/news/contro_il_cyberbullismo_al_via_no_all_
odio_in_rete-60818738/
13 November 2014 – Press Conference to launch the communication campaign (TV and radio
spots) by On. Luigi Bobba, Undersecretary for Youth Policies; Counselor Calogero Mauceri,
Head of Department of Youth and National Civic Service; Mr D’Arrigo, DG National Youth
Agency
Expected date
of closure
n.a.
Focus/objectiv
es of the
campaign
Cyber-bullism and hate speech on line perpetrated by young people
Activities in
the program
of the
campaign
-
Since October 2013, dedicated web site with link to report hate speech (Department
of Youth);
-
Since October 2013, FB profile (National Youth Agency);
-
Since November 2014, communication campaign through spots broadcasted on RAI
TV, RAI radio channels and on the web (Department for information and publishing);
-
School year 2013-14, national contest among high schools for the production of
videos, posters, etc. (Ministry of Education);
Budget
Each organization supported financially its own activities.
Campaign
online
http://www.nohatespeech.it/
Facebook: No Hate Speech Italia
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Other relevant
information
The National Youth Forum is coordinating the activities conducted by all youth organizations
([email protected]; [email protected] )
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KAZAKHSTAN
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
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Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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LATVIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Madara Mežviete
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Society Integration Foundation.
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity):Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): Number of other staff working on the campaign: 1-2.
Date of appointment of the coordinators: September, 2013.
Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives: The Ministry of Education and Science: Kaspars
Randohs
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: Human Rights institutions: Human rights centre, Jekaterina Kirjuhina
Other partners: Gundega Rupenheite ( SIF), Kaspars Randohs ( MoES), Jekaterina Kirjuhina (
Humanrights centre)
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
1 per 2 months
Date of launching
September 11, 2013
Expected date of closure
May, 2014
Focus/objectives of the campaign
-
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Training of representatives from mass media, National Electronic Mass media
council; Educational activities for youngsters; Competition for youth on combating
hate speech ( video, photography, pictures etc.)
Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 0
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: Some of
activities will be founded by EEA grants programme “NGO fund” Latvia
(complementary actions)
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Campaign online
Campaign website: http://www.sif.lv/
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KustibaPretNaidaRunuLatvija?ref=hl
Other: -
Other relevant information
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LIECHTENSTEIN
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
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Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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LITHUANIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Viktorija Bružaitė („I love panda“ campaign), Neringa Jurčiukonytė (mainstream
media activities
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): NGO.
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): National Institute for Social
Integration
Number of other staff working on the campaign: 5 persons
Governmental representatives: Not approved already. Sent invitations to delegate
representatives in committee composition.
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: Not approved already. Sent
invitations to delegate representatives in committee composition.
Human Rights institutions: Not approved already. Sent invitations to delegate
representatives in committee composition.
Internet business stakeholders: Not approved already. Sent invitations to delegate
representatives in committee composition.
Media stakeholders: Not approved already. Sent invitations to delegate
representatives in committee composition.
Other partners: Not approved already. Sent invitations to delegate representatives
in committee composition.
Bloggers / Online activists: Not approved already.
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Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Once in a quarter. If necessary, scheduled to meet more.
14 February, 2014
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Focus/objectives of the campaign
- Hate speech and cybernetic bullying prevention;
- To monitor and react on hate speech in mainstream media.
- To foster active participation of unorganized youth to react on hate speech cases in
online space;
- To empower young people in whole country to take action against hate speech.
- To encourage public discussion of hate speech online and live.
- To mobilize public and responsible authorities' attention on this phenomenon.
- To launch the journalistic campaign, which analyses the roots of hate speech.
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
1. 20 Living libraries.
2. 15 social advertising graffiti.
3. I love panda (no hate speech) campaign. Sharing the joy activities (public actions,
flash mobs, distribution of "Joy boxes").
4. Human rights education training in the regions.
5. Yournalistic campaign “Media 4 Change“, which analyses the root of hate speech.
6. Cooperation with online media - hate speech identification and promotion of
tolerance.
7. Creation of Bloggers' network ( special selection and trainings)
8. Research of youth attitudes towards different socially vulnerable groups.
Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 9521,26 EUR
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects:
EEA and Norway Grants
Business (by goods and services)
Campaign online
Campaign website: www.myliupanda.lt
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/myliupanda
Twitter: -.
Blog: part of www.myliupanda.lt.
Other relevant information
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LUXEMBURG
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
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Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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Name of the campaign coordinator
MALTA
Ms Irene Attard
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
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Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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MEXICO
Name of the campaign coordinator
Alfredo Burgos
Status of the coordinators
Active. Three regional youth coordinators according to Mexican geography: zones
North, South, Center. All three supervise 31 federal states and Federal District
(capital, Mexico City). 32 state youth representatives, one for each state.
Composition of the committee
Representatives of the following organizations, one for each organization: Conapred,
Services to Youth (SERAJ), Youth and Development (RIE), Unicef, Mexican Institute
for Youth (IMJUVE), Google, Human Rights United Nations, National Movement for
Cultural Diversity, Channel Eleven TV (cultural).
President: Daniel Ponce Vázquez. Deputy General Director of Educative Programs
and Divulgation.
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Once, each month
Date of launching
28 september 2014
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Expected date of closure
This First stage: 31 december 2014.
Second stage will be planned and defined early 2015.
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Cultural change in Mexican youths for equality and against Hate Speech in social
webs. Create a social youth infrastructure to support the campaign.
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Launching musical concert (28 sept 14), Activations, musical concerts, high school
visits and public meetings are programmed locally in the most important Mexican
cities, or in special provincial cities with visible discrimination, to gather youths and
attract them to the Mexican Campaign. More focused activity in social webs. 5 TV
Spots specifically focused in bullying were produced. In 2015 a TV series of 13
episodes will be transmitted by Channel Eleven (national coverage) focused in
campaign narrative issues. The TV programs are now in production.
Approximately 308.000 euros
Budget
Campaign online
Official site: http://sintags.mx/
Twitter: @sintagsmx Trending Topic: #Sintags
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sintagsmx
Other relevant information
Internal statistics available upon request.
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REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Olga Batîr, Ion Donea
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Ministry of youth and Sport (MTS)
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Ministry of youth and Sport
(MTS)
Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): National Youth Council of Moldova,
CNTM
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Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives: Ministry of youth and Sport (MTS)
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: National Youth Council of
Moldova (CNTM)
Human Rights institutions: National Council of Participation, APDI Humanitas,
Gender Doc, UNFPA Moldova
- Internet business stakeholders: we don’t have yet
- Media stakeholders: Diez, Youth Radio Moldova
- Other partners: MediaPoint, Center of youth Artico, USPEE C.Stere, TEKEDU,
Advertising agency AMM Moldova
- Bloggers / Online activists: Apostol Nicolae
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
One time in two months
Expected date of closure
December 2014
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
Main activities in the programme of the campaign: The following activities can be
changed on the first meeting of committee. 1.Launching online web site for
reporting no hate speeches (can be use, www.alerte.md); 2.Short spots with
Moldovan public/famous persons interviews; 3.Elaboration of promo materials and
info support; 4.Info campaign started at National Youth Center and continued in
schools and universities; 5.Trainings regarding no hate speech and how youth can
be involved in the identification and report of online hate speeches; 6. Workshops
for the local youth councils, youth organizations, local youth centers; 7. National
online campaign "No hate"; 8. Public debates regarding online violence and
discrimination; 9. Panes discussion with representatives of public/private and public
organizations from online sector; 10. Offline campaigns "No hate"; 11. National
Forum "No hate"; 12. Five press conferences opening/closing and three at local
level; 13. Youth festival on "No hate speech"; 14. Other activities propose from
committee.
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: State
budget, members of committee.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-hate-speechMoldova/715818245109247
All the information can be changed, depends of decision of committee and partner
organization.
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MONACO
Name of the campaign coordinator
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Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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MONTENEGRO
Name of the campaign coordinator
Krsto Vukadinovic
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Directorate for Youth and Sports, Youth
Policy Advisor
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Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chairpersons of the committee
Governmental representatives:Krsto Vukadinovic, Bojana Bulatovic
NGO representatives, including youth organisations:Tamara Cirgic
Other partners:Jelena Miljanic, independent expert
Bloggers / Online activists: Slobodan Volaric, Milan Bulatovic
Krsto Vukadinovic
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Montly.
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
To be defined
There is now specific thematic focus.
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Launching of the web site, FB page, Manual production, Regional conference of the
campaign
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 7000,00
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: EYF,
Directorate for Youth and Sports
Campaign online
Campaign website: http://forum-mne.com/nohatespeech/
Other social media used for campaigning:
May 2013
Facebook: No Hate Speech Movement Montenegro
Other: -
Other relevant information
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THE NETHERLANDS
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Name of the campaign
coordinator
Ben Ahmed Ben Yerrou (0031643909406 – [email protected])
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
Nienke Verhoeks,
Saladis Justas,
Naomie Pieter,
Camelia Nistor
Ben Ahmed,
Andrea Moreira Santos
Felix Gerardus Woudenberg
Ben Ahmed
How often does the committee
meet?
Four times a month during a digital conference call, in addition to once a
month at a physical location.
Date of launching
10 December 2014
Expected date of closure
During 2016
Focus/objectives of the
campaign
The reducement of the growing online hatespeech, in addition to creating
self-awareness regarding; “online expressions” of hatespeech.
Activities in the programme of
the campaign
We will arrange activities at every European actions days against
hatespeech. In addition to organizing online activities, like; blogs, the
publishing of videos, postcards, etc. Also we will organize gatherings,
debates and activities. To increase the awareness in regard to;
homophobia, islamophobia, anti-Semitism
We are currently acquiring financial assets in addition to requesting
government/European grants.
Budget
Campaign online
We shall realize an online campaign, which will take place at facebook,
youtube, and twitter. Therefore we shall approach multiple activists, to
spread the No Hate Speech Movement; ideology and message.
Other relevant information
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Name of the campaign coordinator
NORWAY
Mr Eirik Rise
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives: Government did not want to participate in the
committee. (Have a government contact, Olav Røger.)
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: The Norwegian Centre against
Racism, Hafsa Maqbul. JEF-Norway, Kasper Larsen. Save the Children, Kaja Hegg.
ELSA, Agnes Hariett, Oslo and Akershus university college of applied sciences, AnneBirgitta Nilsen. Youth against the EU, Mads Opheim. Norwegian People’s Aid
Solidarity Youth, Joakim L. Lossius. Young Disabled, Ida Karlsen.
Human Rights institutions: Norwegian Helsinki Committee, Lillian Solheim.
European Wergeland Center, Claudia Lenz
Media stakeholders: Are Vogt Moum, Utrop
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Official meetings once a month + work meeting
Expected date of closure
December 2014
Focus/objectives of the campaign
*
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
*
Budget
-
Campaign online
Campaign website: In progress (will probably be “stopp hatprat”)
Other relevant information
*To Be Decided: Strategy meeting 19th of December will set dates and activities for
2014. Have applied for funding for employee to coordinate and to translate
methodical material, but uncertain if will be granted. We do have contact with most
of the active organisations on the field today, especially when focusing on
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extremism, but I can not confirm these as partners as for now. The Norwegian
Council of Youth and Children might be in for next year, they have hatespeech in
their work program, but few employee resources and already decided on their main
campaign for 2014. It is a work in progress, but we are optimistic.
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POLAND
Name of the campaign coordinator
Mr Jan Dabkowski
Status of the coordinators
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Young Journalists'
Association 'Polis'
Number of other staff working on the campaign: 6
Governmental/selfgovernmental representatives:
Ministry of Education
Ministry of Administration and Digitalisation
Ministry of Sport
Bureau of the Government Representative for Geneder Equality
Centre of Developement of Education
Bureau of the Council of Europe in Poland
Bureau of Education of the Capital City of Warsaw
Żydowski Instytut Historyczny
NGO (Human Rights, civic activity, social issues):
Helsińska Fundacja Praw Człowieka
Polskie Towarzystwo Prawa Antydyskryminacyjnego
Stowarzyszenie Interwencji Prawnej
Otwarta Rzeczpospolita Stowarzyszenie przeciw Antysemityzmowi i
Ksenofobii
Composition of the committee
Fundacja ʺOcalenieʺ
Fundacja im. Stefana Batorego
GAN Białystok
Kontynent Warszawa - Warszawa Wielu Kultur - Fundacja Inna Przestrzeń
Stowarzyszenie Homo Politicus
Diversja
Normalny Białystok
Polskie Towarzystwo Informatyczne
Stowarzyszenie Dla Ziemi
Stowarzyszenie Solidarni w Europie
Fundacja na rzecz Różnorodności Społecznej
European Alternatives Warsaw
Fundacja Wolontariat Równości,
Stowarzyszenie "Miłość Nie Wyklucza"
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Stowarzyszenie Na Rzecz Lesbijek, Gejów, Osób Biseksualnych, Osób
Transpłciowych Oraz Osób Queer "Pracownia Różnorodności"
Rosyjskie Stowarzyszenie Kulturalno-Oświatowe
Fundacja Dzieci Niczyje
Stowarzyszenie NIGDY WIĘCEJ
Fundacja Wiedza Lokalna
Fundacja Polskie Forum Migracyjne
Hejtstop, Projekt Polska
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
Fundacja ʺMultiOcalenieʺ
Fundacja dla Somalii
Fundacja Autonomia
Centrum Wspierania Dzieci i Dorosłych "Zaufanie"
Stowarzyszenie Grupa Artystyczna TERAZ POLIŻ
Youth/educational organisations:
Polska Fundacja Dzieci i Młodzieży
Centrum Edukacji Obywatelskiej
Fundacja Tarcza
Stowarzyszenie Pracownia Łomianki
Evens Foundation
Fundacja Humanity in Action Polska
Stowarzyszenie Cztery Pory Roku
Fundacja Wspierania Inicjatyw Młodzieżowych 4YOUth
Fundacja Klamra
Zespół Szkół Niepublicznych w Tarnowie
Wydział Matematyczno-Techniczno-Fizyczny, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im.
Komisji Edukacji Narodowej w Krakowie
Stowarzyszenie dla Dzieci i Młodzieży SZANSA
Stowarzyszenie Edukacja przez Internet
Internet business stakeholders:
Bezpieczniej w Sieci – NGO founded by governmental and bussiness
stakeholders interested in internet safety
JWT Warsaw - communication agency
Media stakeholders/Other partners:
Young Journalists Association “Polis” who is responsible for the coordination
of the national campaign in Poland is – by definition – having befriended
supporters or former/current activists in many national media institutions
BliskiWschód.pl – internet service about Middle East
we have involved in the campaign about 30 university students and 50 high
school students.
We are also supported by Norway and USA Embassies.
The Committee – or as we call it – the Coalition – has no leader, it’s
organisational structure is horizontal, it is coordinated by the National
Campaign Coordinators who are responsible for the efficient communication
between the members of the Coalition
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How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
As we managed to gather institutions from all over Poland, the meeting of
the whole Coalition was held once – in October 2013r. Next year we plan to
organise another two or three meetings. Smaller workgroups meet
separately to work on specific issues
18.09.2013
It depends on the funding and plans of the European Campaign, somewhere
around 03.2015, but the aim is to prolong the impact of the Campaign as
long as we can
Polish specifics of hate speech online (research is being conducted by some
of the members of the Committee)
Main Field of our activity up till now was involving and educating Young
Activists via online actions and offline workshops and set up the NCC. This
year if granted the funding we would like to organise Congress for the Cyber
Activists, school competition, conduct online and offline actions, and be
present on some youth and internet events.
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): cc. 34 820 euro (so
far, we're waiting for decisions about fudings from EEA grats, Norway
Embassy and Evans Foudation, we're planning further fundraising)
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or
projects: For now – funding supplied by the Government – namely the
Ministry of Education and Warsaw selfgovernment. We are waiting for the
decisions regarding several grant applications we’ve made
Campaign website: beznienawisci.pl
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: fb.com/PolskaBezNienawisci
Twitter: twitter.com/BezNienawisci
Other relevant information
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PORTUGAL
Name of the campaign coordinator
Maria Margarida SACO
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Instituto Português do Desporto e
Juventude (Portuguese Institute for Sports and Youth)
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): none
Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): Number of other staff working on the campaign: 1, part time
Date of appointment of the coordinators: 27/02/2013
Composition of the committee
Governmental representatives: Gender Equality, migrants and refugees, Ministry of
Education, Sports&Youth/Coordination
NGO representatives: Youth, LGBT, Human Right, Federation of Youth
Associations, Support for victims of crime, Youth African Students,
Bloggers / Online activists: 2
Other partners: Safer Internet Centre
Maria Margarida SACO
Name/s of the President/s
Chairpersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Once a month.
Expected date of closure
January 2015
Focus/objectives of the campaign
The Campaign in Portugal will be developed online and offline, around some strong
moments/events like Trainings for activists, thematic Seminars (end of 2013 and in
2014) and awareness sessions and actions, following also the European dynamics,
namely, the European Action Days and the different issues proposed at European
level.
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Now that the projects presented to EEA Grants were rejected we will have to revise
the activities planned.
Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): none
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: from the
budgets of the organizations themselves.
Campaign website: www.odionao.com.pt
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/campanhaodionao
Twitter: @odionao
Other: -
Campaign online
20/06/2013
Other relevant information
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Name of the campaign coordinator
ROMANIA
Mr. Marian Panait
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Name of the campaign coordinator
Ms Olga Popova
Status of the coordinators
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): National Youth Council of
Russia
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
06 July 2013
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Thematic focus or objectives of the national campaign: migration, interethnic
relations
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Main activities in the programme of the campaign: presentation and launching the
Campaign on the youth Camp Dialogue (flashmob), launching the website nohate.ru
and public page on the social web vk.ru http://vk.com/public60487140,
informational campaign in Caucasus region in the frame of the project «Go Green»,
raising awareness about opportunities of participation on the Campaign among
youth organisaitions, young leaders of Russia
Budget
Campaign online
Campaign website: nohate.ru
Other: http://vk.com/public60487140,
Other relevant information
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SAN MARINO
Name of the campaign coordinator
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant information
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SERBIA
Name of the campaign coordinator
Aleksandra Mitrovic and Ivan Zivkovic
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Ministry of Youth and Sport-Aleksandra
Knezevic
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Timok Youth Centre – Ivan
Zivkovic
Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): Number of other staff working on the campaign: actively engaged on daily basis-510 people
Date of appointment of the coordinators: beginning of 2013
Governmental representatives: Ministry of Youth and Sport-leading role, Ministry
of Education, Science and Technological Development, Ministry of Culture and
Information, Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, Ministry of Justice and Public
Administration, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Health, Ministry of External and
Internal Trade and Telecommunications
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: National Youth Council
(KOMS), Timok Youth Centre, Libero, Civilnet, Youth of Palilula, Education
Association, KOM018, Evropski Omladinski centar Srbija
Human Rights institutions: Special Prosecutor’s Office for War Crimes
Internet business stakeholders:Media stakeholders: representative of Colour Press Group
Other partners: researcher from the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory,
representative of Association of Local Youth Offices
Bloggers / Online activists:Mr Nenad Borovcanin, State Secretary in the Ministry of Youth and Sport
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chairpersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Once per month
February 7, 2013, during the Safer Internet Week
Expected date of closure
End of 2015
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Fight against all types of violence and discrimination, combining online and offline
world.
3 groups of activities – online, offline and legislative. The whole campaign has three
directions to be developed by special tasks forces.
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 30.000,00
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: Ministry
of Youth and Sport
Campaign website: www.nohate.rs – not activated due to the problem with the
Council of Europe’s support group. All text translated and now we are waiting for
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Other relevant information
the Ministry of External and Internal Trade and Telecommunications to intervene
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/negovorumrznje?ref=hl
Twitter: in process
Other: NCC will be revised at the beginning of 2014, after the strategic planning for 2014;
other institutions will provide certain budget for the campaign next year, as well
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SLOVAK REPUBLIC
Name of the campaign coordinator
Andrej Bencel
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity):Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Ministry of Education,
Science, Research and Sport
Volunteer (name of hosting organisation):
Number of other staff working on the campaign: 10
Date of appointment of the coordinators: 1.3.2013
Governmental representatives: Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport;
Ministry of Interior; Ministry of Foreign and European affairs of the Slovak republic
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: Student Council for Higher
Education; Student Council of High Schools; student24; eSlovensko; People against
racism, Regional Youth Council of Zilina, ZIPCeM, Youth parliament of Partizanske
Human Rights institutions: People against racism
Internet business stakeholders: none
Media stakeholders: RTVS (state TV), TA3, radios
Other partners: IUVENTA – Slovak Youth Institute
Bloggers / Online activists: Martin Mlynar
Andrej Bencel
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chairpersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Every 2 months
Expected date of closure
-
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Roma issue and combating hate speech
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
EAD, education in schools, promo activities for the campaign, seminars for the
youth, communication via social networks
Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 15000
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: state
budget
Campaign online
Campaign website: www.beznenavisti.sk
Other social media used for campaigning: Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/KampanBezNenavisti
Other:
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Other relevant information
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Name of the campaign coordinator
SLOVENIA
Mr. Zorko Škvor, Ms. Sara Karba
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
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Other relevant information
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Name of the campaign coordinator
SPAIN
Ms Ana Martinez Fernandez, Ms Natalia Diaz Santin, Mr Bruno del Mazo de
Unamuno
Status of the coordinators
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
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Campaign online
http://www.nohate.es/
http://www.injuve.es/en/evento/campana-contra-la-intolerancia-en-internet
https://twitter.com/NoHateSpain
https://www.facebook.com/nohatespain
Other relevant information
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SWEDEN
Name of the campaign coordinator
Johnny Lindqvist
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Swedish media council
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity): Volunteer (name of hosting organisation):Number of other staff working on the campaign: Date of appointment of the coordinators: Not yet set up
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
Johnny Lindqvist and Ewa Thorslund
How often does the committee
meet?
3-4 times from now until aug 2014
Date of launching
In the beginning of March 2014, date not set.
Expected date of closure
End of august 2014
Focus/objectives of the campaign
The overall concept of the campaign will be: Even the one you love is hated.
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Ad-campaign and producing online educations for bloggers and moderators and also
several podcasts that will speak about Hate and also the law surrounding the hate.
We are also trying to get bid mediaowners to contribute with ad-space and editorial
cooperation’s.
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 11386927 euros
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects:
Government funding
Budget
Campaign online
Campaign website: http://www.nohate.se/
Other social media used for campaigning:
Facebook: Will come in 2014
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Twitter: Will come in 2014
Blog: No blog for this project
Other: Mayby Instagram and ask.fm
Other relevant information
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SWITZERLAND
Name of the campaign coordinator
Annina Grob
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Swiss National Youth Council
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity:Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): Number of other staff working on the campaign:Date of appointment of the coordinators:Governmental representatives: Jean-Marie Bouverat, Sabine Scheiben
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: Joël Atsigobe, Omar
Odermatt, Emilie Graff
Other partners: -
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Every 3 months
Date of launching
End of January 2014
Expected date of closure
31.12.14
Focus/objectives of the campaign
-
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Workshops, concours, information
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Budget
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 44000
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: Swiss
government
Campaign online
www.nohatespeech.ch.
www.facebook.com/nohatespeechCH
www.twitter.com/NoHateSpeech_CH
Other relevant information
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“THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA”
Name of the campaign coordinator
Ms. Zorica Stamenkovska
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Officer for International Cooperation in
Youth Department
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity:Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): Number of other staff working on the campaign:Governmental representatives: Governmental representatives: Agency of Youth
and Sport (Zorica Stamenkovska and Bosko Lepcevski, Ministry of Education and
Science (Viktorija Dinkovska), Ministry of Justice (Sanja Dimovska), Ministry of
labour and social policy (Merdita Saliu, Jovana Trencevska)
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
How often does the committee
meet?
Date of launching
NGO representatives, including youth organisations: NGO representatives,
including youth organisations: Centre for Intercultural Dialogue(Milos Ristevski,
Matej Manevski), Youth Educational Forum (Stefan Aleksik, Dimitar Nizamovski),
Centre for Human Rights “AMOS”(Sasho Kochankovski, Viki Peeva), Cre8ive 8 (Riste
Zmejkovski), Student Parliament of the University SS. Cyril and Methodius (Marija
Vasilevska, Vaska Bojadzi), Macedonian Young Lawyers Association (Aleksandra
Cvetanovska),Macedonian Association of Journalists (Goran Tprenovski), Polaris EYCA Organization (Ines Manojlovska)
Zorica Stamenkovska
Monthly
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Expected date of closure
Focus/objectives of the campaign
December 2014
Education
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
Budget
Training and involvement of famous people
Campaign online
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MKCampaignAgainstHateSpeech
Twitter: bezomrazamk
Direct budget allocated for the campaign (in Euros): 0
Main sources of funding for the campaign and related activities or projects: -
Other relevant information
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TURKEY
Name of the campaign coordinator
Dicle AKINCI
Status of the coordinators
Civil servant (name of employing entity): Ministry of Youth and Sports of the
Republic of Turkey
Specifically recruited staff (name of employing entity:Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): Number of other staff working on the campaign:Not yet set up
Composition of the committee
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
-
How often does the committee
meet?
-
Date of launching
-
Expected date of closure
-
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Focus/objectives of the campaign
-
Activities in the programme of the
campaign
-
Budget
-
Campaign online
Campaign website: http://nefretehayir.gsb.gov.tr/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nefretehayir?ref=stream
Other:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLoD2OZWRcY&list=UUh3NeatdJ2cxilcfTTIGiJQ
Other relevant information
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UKRAINE
Name of the
campaign
coordinator
NadiiaPavlyk
Status of the
coordinators
Volunteer (name of hosting organisation): NGO “Association “KVN of Ukraine”
Number of other staff working on the campaign: 10
Date of appointment of the coordinators: September 2013
Composition of the
committee
Not yet set up
Name/s of the
President/s
Chaipersons of the
committee
How often does the
committee meet?
-
Date of launching
January 23-25, 2014
Expected date of
closure
March 26, 2015
Once per quarter
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Focus/objectives of
the campaign
Activities in the
programme of the
campaign
Budget
Campaign online
Other relevant
information
popularization campaign among young people;
creating promotional campaign materials
creating of scientific basics of campaign
supporting online resources of the campaign on the site and on social networks
- the site of the campaign has been created;
- training for online activists has been started;
- the brand book campaign has been created ;
- the collective monograph "Encyclopedia of Human Rights: Socio-pedagogical aspect" was
published;
- the photo exhibition "Emotions: the words that are creating speech of hate or love" was set up;
- round tables on the exchange of experiences were held in the Czech Republic, Bratislava,
Strasbourg, Stuttgart
-
http://nhsm.info – the site
https://www.facebook.com/pages/%D0%A0%D1%83%D1%85%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B0%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%81%D1%82%D1%96/747403015325997
- page on facebook
http://vk.com/public77264239 - page on vkontakte (youth social network)
We have a joint project with the National Campaigns of Czech Republic and Poland for 2015
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UNITED KINGDOM
Name of the campaign
coordinator
Ms Laura Geraghty
Status of the coordinators
Civil Servant: Paul Giannasi, Head of UK Government Hate Crime
Programme, MoJ
Co-ordinator: Laura Geraghty, Independent Hate Crime Hub CIC (NGO)
Specifically recruited staff: None
Volunteers: 11
Composition of the committee
The UK has a hate crime programme which has a strategic group and an
Independent Advisory Group made up of a range of victims groups,
academics and advocacies. This programme has taken of the oversigt of
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the No Hate Speech UK initiative
Name/s of the President/s
Chaipersons of the committee
Strategy Board is jointly chaired by officials from Home Office, Ministry
of Justice and Department for Communities and Local Government. IAG
chaired by Professor John Grieve
How often does the committee Quarterly
meet?
Date of launching
9th July 2014
Expected date of closure
Ongoing
Focus/objectives of the
campaign
Objectives
•
•
•
•
•
Activities in the programme of
the campaign
Increasing knowledge and understanding of hate crime & hate
speech by providing training and educational inputs to schools,
community groups, statutory organisations and the private sector
Creating dialogue and counter narrative around hate crime and
hate speech by engaging with the public on the hate crime agenda
through events, publicity materials and social media
Opening pathways to support services and reporting mechanisms
to people affected by hate crime and hate speech both online and
offline
To raise awareness of hate crime & hate speech by creating
effective targeted marketing campaigns both online and offline
To support the objectives of the European No Hate Speech
Movement
Training online activists & bloggers
Engaging in counter narrative techniques online.
Supporting European action days.
Disseminating information on hate speech.
Raising Awareness of hate crime and hate speech through education.
Raising awareness of hate crime through public engagement.
Creating innovative and targeted marketing campaigns with the dual
purpose of ensuring those affected know how to get support and
dissuading those at risk of becoming offenders from committing acts of
prejudice & intolerance.
Where possible ensuring those affected have access to support and
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providing guidance through the Criminal Justice System.
Budget
2014 – 13,270 Euros
Campaign online
Website: http://www.hatecrimehub.org.uk
Twitter: noh8speechuk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/no-hate-speech-movement-uk
Other relevant information
This work has been ongoing in the UK for a number of years under the
branding of Communities United Against Hate. A number of activities
under this branding have taken place including community engagement
DVDs, exhibitions, poster campaigns, social media campaigns and
education in schools. We hope to continue this project beyond the
formal end of the No Hate Speech Movement Campaign we may
however not do this under the NHSM branding.
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