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The report on the discriminatory discourse analysis of the media during Four Day War in Nagorno-Karabakh is published
As part of the collaboration with Istanbul Bilgi University Faculty of Communication, students taking the course "Independent Interdisciplinary Work" participate in the media monitoring process
Hrant Dink Foundation has been conducting the project titled “Media Watch on Hate Speech” since 2009. This study, which launched with the purpose of drawing attention to the discriminatory language against ethnic and religious identities, sexist and homophobic discourse and news containing hate speech, and contributing to reduce the use of hate speech in media, aims to generate knowledge on the concept of “hate speech”, create a platform for discussing the methods for combating discriminatory and racist discourse, and promote the use of a more respectful and informed language in terms of human rights and minorities.
In the report issued with the collaboration of Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation, how the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia was covered in the media in Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey was examined.
Within March 27 - April 2, 2017, four news articles that generate hate speech had been selected for the weekly report. These articles generating hate speech against Bulgarians, Germans, non-Muslims and LGBTIs are analyzed.
Within February 27 - March 5, 2017, five news articles that generate hate speech had been selected for the weekly report. These articles targeting Armenians, Jews, Christians, Rums, Greeks and Syrians are analyzed.
Within February 13-19, 2017, five news articles that generate hate speech had been selected for the weekly report. These articles targeting Jews, Syrians, Greeks and LGBTIs are analyzed from a critical perspective.
Four news articles that generate hate speech had been selected from print media for the weekly report. These articles targeting Greeks, Armenians, Buddhists and Syrians are analyzed from a critical perspective.