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Human Rights House Zagreb is holding a one-day training to recognize and suppress hate speech! Hate speech devalues and dehumanizes a person or group of people because of their diversity and causes alienation and social exclusion. Hate speech is not protected by the right to freedom of expression, but is... •••
Human Rights House Zagreb is organizing its Annual Human Rights Conference, from April 27 to April 29, 2022. We invite you to join us LIVE on the first day of the conference which is held on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at Novinarski dom, Perkovčeva ul. 2, starting at 10 am.... •••
Human Rights House Zagreb invites you to participate in the sCAN Advanced Monitoring Training, which will be held by ZARA training experts in the framework of the EU project sCAN – Specialised Cyber Activists Network – an initiative by 10 European civil society organisations combatting online hate speech and discrimination.
By participating in this interactive and informative training, you will have the possibility to become an expert in the field of monitoring hate speech and counteraction, documentingthe phenomenon, tackling underreporting, comparing results as well as producing effective counter-narratives. The training will include interactive sessions on how to recognise hate speech, the importance of monitoring and the art of documentation. An expert trainer from the International Network Against Cyber Hate (INACH) will join the training for a 1-hour morning session in order to give an understanding of how to use the INACH databank for documenting cyber hate.
If you want to become a monitoring expert and contribute to more thorough research on the cyber hate phenomenon as well as promote more visibility and counteraction, register for the free Advanced Monitoring Trainings via the AM Training Registration Form, which will be open for registration from August 5th 2019 onwards.
Please note that we are following a strict first-come-first-served-principle – so register as quickly as possible. If the training date in Vienna is not feasible for you, please note that another training will be held on March 5th and 6th 2020 in Brussels. If you want to be set on the mailing list for the invitation to the training in Brussels, please contact: email@example.com
We are happy to inform you that we will arrange your travel as well as cover the costs.
We are happy to inform you that we will arrange your accommodation as well as cover the costs.
Please bring along your laptop and/or smartphone. If this is not possible, please let us know & we will try to arrange technical equipment for you.The training will be held in English. If sign language interpretation is needed, please let us know and we will try to make arrangements accordingly.
As the number of participants is limited, we kindly ask you to register as quickly as possible, as the registration process follows a strict “come-first-served-first”-principle. Thank you!
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If you will not be able to participate in the training in Vienna, but if you want to become a monitoring expert, keep posted and register for one the upcoming training in:
Kuća ljudskih prava Zagreb / Human Rights House Zagreb
Selska cesta 112c, HR-10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska / Croatia
Tel / Fax: +385 1 551 3395
SWIFT adresa: RZBHHR2XXXX
This web page has been produced with the assistance of the European Union within "Education for Citizens- Citizens for Social Development and Solidarity" project under IPA 2012 Building Capacities of CSOs for Ensuring Effective Implementation of the EU Standards in the Enforcement of Human Rights. The contents of this web page are the sole responsibility of Human Rights House and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
The views expressed in this web page do not necessarily reflect the position of the Croatian Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs.
This project is financed by European Union
This project is co-financed by Croatian Government Office for Cooperation
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