This podcast looks at the recent murderous anti-Semitic attacks in France and Denmark and asks what role the Council of Europe’s No hate Speech movement is playing in the fightback against bigotry.
Maurice Sosnowski, President of the Coordinating Committee of Jewish Organisations in Belgium, discusses the anxiety felt by Jewish communities.
And Bridget O’Loughlin, the No Hate Campaign coordinator, outlines the strategy piloting the movement’s future activities.
Information: Anti-semitism in Europe
Video: Jana Minochkina’s 2015 wish – No hiding place for hate speech
Podcast: Meet the No Hate Speech Movement Ninjas
Information: No Hate Speech movement
Podcast: Larry Olomofe: ‘Why always us?’ – Law enforcement, ethnic profiling and Europe’s ‘suspect citizens’
Podcast: Policing hate crimes in the United Kingdom
Podcast: Neo-Nazism and me
News: Assembly backs plan for a Europe-wide day for victims of hate crime
Comment: Something for the weekend (40)
Podcast: Europe, the demonisation of minorities and the rise of intolerance
News: Brasseur backs 22 July European Day for the Victims of Hate Crime
Video: Larry Olomofe – A true story of hate crime
News: Anti-racism monitors urge fightback against hatespeech, xenophobia and fascist nostalgia
Video: ‘United For Dignity’ – Young Roma and the fight against multiple discrimination